Nicolás focuses on new technologies, intellectual property and telecommunications law, with special expertise in public policies and government relations.
Ranked by (i) Chambers Latin America 2022 in TMT (Telecom, Media and Technology), (ii) Chambers Fintech Legal 2021, (iii) The Legal 500 Latin America 2022 in TMT (Next Generation Partner) and Data Privacy and Intellectual Property, (iv) Leaders League 2021 as leader in Technology and Digital Services, highly recommended in Enforcement & Anticounterfeiting Actions and recommended in Intellectual Property Litigation, Patent Litigation, Patent Prosecution and Trademark Prosecution, (v) 2020 Best Lawyers as Lawyer of the Year in Technology Law, (vi) Best Lawyers 2021 in Privacy and Data Security Law, Communications Law, Information Technology Law and Technology Law, (vii) IP Stars as Notable Practitioner and (viii) Latin Lawyer 250 edition 2021 in Telecoms and Media.
One client interviewed by Chambers describes him as “a great legal interpreter,” adding that “he provides thorough and very detailed analysis.“
Before joining Magliona Abogados in 2014, Nicolás worked at Edwards y Cia. Law Firm, between 2011 and 2012. He also worked as an attorney advisor at National Council of Culture and the Arts, Government of Chile between 2012 – 2014.
“Regional insights on consent and the evolution of privacy”, in Data Protection Law & Policy, May 2015.
Since 2019 he is an author in Chambers and Partners, for the Data Protection & Privacy guide, as well as in Lexology and Getting the Deal Through, specifically of the Chilean chapters for: Licensing, Data Protection and Privacy, Online Advertising, Electronic Contracts, Electronic Commerce and Intellectual Property.
- Law, Universidad de Chile, Licenciado en Ciencias Jurídicas y Sociales (2010).
- Diploma in Intellectual Property at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
- Master’s Degree in Technology and Law, Universidad de Chile.
Spanish and English.