Carla Pareja is a transactional attorney who advises corporate clients in various stages of their life cycle, ranging from start-ups to well established multinational clients conducting domestic and cross-border activity. Admitted to practice law in Spain, as well as California, Ms. Pareja has handled US real estate portfolio investment matters for domestic and international clients, US corporate governance matters, secured lending, and commercial transactions.
She has worked broadly in Europe and Latin America on commercial contracting challenges, cross-border regulatory matters, and establishment and conduct of operations by US companies abroad, as well as establishment of US operations by European and Latin American interests.
Topics of special interest include data privacy and security, and anti-corruption compliance.
Ms. Pareja is an accomplished entrepreneur, having founded an enterprise in her hometown of Barcelona and operated it over a nine-year period as a provider of lead generator personnel to multi-national businesses participating in medical and technological exhibitions and trade events throughout Europe.
She currently serves as Co-Chair of Publications of the Latin America and Caribbean Committee of the American Bar Association’s Section of International Law, and as Secretary of the International Law Committee of the Beverly Hills Bar Association.