Hernán Pantaleón

Adjunct Faculty, Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law LL.M.

J.D., School of Law of the Argentine Catholic University
LL.M. in International Law, University of Miami School of Law
Diploma in Comparative Law, Georgetown University School of Law 

Hernán Pantaleón is the founder of Hernan Pantaleon Abogados and teaches in the University of Miami School of Law's Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law LL.M. Program. Prior to opening the firm in 2013, he worked at Marval, O’Farrell & Mairal from 2011-2012, Baker & McKenzie from 1995-2010 and Grant, Hermann, Schwartz & Klinger as a foreign associate from 1993-1995.

Throughout his extensive career, he has focused his practice on art, entertainment, mergers & acquisitions, banking and finance. His practice has included the representation of major TV and cable TV companies in matters related to production agreements, IP agreements, and music licensing agreements to name a few. He has also served as counsel to corporations and trust funds in matters related to stock purchase agreements, asset purchase agreements, shareholders’ agreements, mergers and joint ventures. As counsel for major banks and import and export companies he has dealt with numerous matters related to domestic and international syndicated loan agreements, structured financing, and debt reconstruction.

He has authored numerous publications and spoken at various seminars all over South America on topics including, “Banking and Finance Market Trends in Latin America,” “Export Finance and Securitization Structures,” “Financing Major Projects,” “Debt Restructuring,” Cross-border Lending,” and “Banking and Finance.”

Pantaleón graduated with his J.D. from the School of Law of the Argentine Catholic University and subsequently earned his Diploma in Comparative Law from Georgetown University, as a Fulbright Scholar. He then made his way to the University of Miami to obtain his LL.M. in International Law.

At Miami Law, he teaches the "Legal Aspects of TV Production in Latin America" and "Doing Business in Latin America." 

Faculty Assistant

Hernandez, Sylvia

Phone: (305)284-4266
Office: G287