Founding partner and Managing Partner of LÓPEZ RIBADENEIRA Abogados, he was a partner of Lexvalor Abogados, former President and partner of Corporación Legal CL Ecuador. His experience in public law and contentious litigation was developed by having advised several entities in the public sector, among which his passing through the State Attorney General's Office stands out as an Advisor to the Office of the Attorney General for years.
He directed the area of Administrative Law and Public Contracting of LEXVALOR Abogados, and co-directed the Dispute Resolution area of said firm. His experience of more than 12 years in these branches of law allows him to advise public entities, national companies, multinationals and former public officials in previous and post-contractual procedures of Public Purchases, Concessions, Challenges of Glosses before the Comptroller General, Public-Private Partnerships and administrative processes before Entities of the Public sector. Its specialty is the sponsorship of national and foreign companies in challenging the acts of the Administration, as well as these companies and former public officials in litigation in administrative, judicial, arbitration, constitutional and mediation processes.
Daniel is a Consultant and contributor to the World Bank and UNDP; He is a professor of the modules of Public Companies and of Arbitration and Mediation in the Master's Degree in Business Law of the Universidad de Especialidades Espíritu Santo; He was Professor of Intellectual Property at the San Francisco University of Quito, is a Lead Mentor in the Legal Area of the Program for Entrepreneurs of the Alliance for Entrepreneurship and Innovation AEI, with training in the Litigation Skills Trial Advocacy Program at the American University, Washington College of Law, USA.
Daniel has been mentioned by the prestigious English publication LEGAL500 as a prominent professional in Dispute Resolution in Ecuador, emphasizing his participation and experience in representing domestic corporations in litigation against state entities.