Andrés M. Galíndez is a member of the Customs Law and International Trade practice group which includes the advice and representation of our clients before General Customs Bureau, Tax Court of Appeals, Federal Courts and the National Supreme Court of Justice.
Andrés M. Galíndez expertise includes customs related violation and crimes, disciplinary procedures, challenging of customs duties assessments, tax reimbursements, export benefits claims, customs clearance of goods, investigation on customs value of goods, matters related to the origin of imported goods, tariff classification, advice on national regulations and international treaties (GATT/Mercosur), special customs regimes, dumping procedures, import barriers, licenses, among others.
Also provides specialized legal advice on Customs law in order to achieve the most suitable and efficient organization of business in each operation.
Andrés M. Galíndez focus and address Custom matters related to the developing and implementation of legal structures of investment projects and transactions across our country and abroad, also provides assistance assistance regarding mergers and acquisitions processes, especially during Due Diligence procedures, in order to analyze and minimize any eventual customs contingency.
Andrés M. Galíndez graduated from the Buenos Aires University in 2002.
Further, he seated for the following courses:
Introduction to Tax Law. 2004. Buenos Aires City Bar Association.
Basic Elements of Customs Law. Postgraduate Law School. University of Buenos Aires. 2005.
Customs violations. Postgraduate Law School. University of Buenos Aires. 2005.
Special customs regimes. Postgraduate Law School. University of Buenos Aires. 2006.
Academic & Professional Experience
Andrés M. Galíndez joined PAGBAM in September, 2012.
Between 1997 and 2002 he worked as paralegal in Galíndez & Juiz Palacios and between 2003 and 2012 he joined Guirao & Pereyra Moine as a specialist in Customs Matters.
Admissions & Affiliations
Andrés M. Galíndez is a member of the Bar Association of the City of Buenos Aires, and member of the Argentine Institute of Customs Law Firms
Mr. Galíndez is a member of the Board of the Argentine Association of Fiscal Studies.