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María Fernanda Bejarano


CMS Rodríguez-Azuero
Calle 75 No.​ 3-53
Languages Spanish, English

María Fernanda is an Associate for the Dispute Resolution and Insolvency, Restructuring & Liquidation practices in the Firm. She is a lawyer from Universidad Colegio Mayor de Nuestra Señora del Rosario and since she joined the Firm in 2016, she has advised national and foreign clients in matters related to financial regulation and resolution of legal disputes in commercial, civil and administrative law areas, including the representation of more than 500 victims affected by illegal deposit-taking.

Professional Experience

  • 2016-present – Associate, CMS Rodríguez-Azuero, Bogotá, Colombia
  • 2014 – ProBono Internship – Cardenas & Cardenas Abogados, Bogotá, Colombia
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  • 2019 – Specialization in Financial Law and Securities Market Law, Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá, Colombia
  • 2016 – Lawyer, Universidad Colegio Mayor de Nuestra Señora del Rosario, Bogotá, Colombia
  • 2016 – Diploma Degree in the Colombian Procedural Code, Universidad Colegio Mayor de Nuestra Señora del Rosario, Bogotá, Colombia
  • 2016 – Seminar in the Colombian Procedural Code, Universidad Colegio Mayor de Nuestra Señora del Rosario, Bogotá, Colombia
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The en­force­ment of ar­bit­ral awards in Colom­bia in in­vest­ment mat­ters
For­eign in­vest­ment is one of the main en­gines of the eco­nomy of de­vel­op­ing na­tions and one of the most at­tract­ive scen­ari­os for mul­tina­tion­al com­pan­ies when ex­pand­ing their activ­it­ies and cap­it­al to oth­er...
The ex­cep­tion­al ap­plic­ab­il­ity of the con­sti­tu­tion­al ac­tions in cor­por­ate...
Com­pet­ence of ar­bit­rat­ors in the ob­jec­tion of cor­por­ate bod­ies de­cisions.
Dis­putes that arise in dif­fer­ent types of com­pan­ies re­gard­ing the ef­fect­ive­ness, nullity or un­en­force­ab­il­ity of the de­cisions taken in share­hold­ers meet­ings or boards of dir­ect­ors should be re­solved in...
One year of im­ple­ment­a­tion of the “Di­git­al Justice”
In ac­cord­ance with our pro­ced­ur­al statue (Gen­er­al Pro­ced­ur­al Code), most of the pro­ceed­ing stages from the present­a­tion of the claim un­til the in­struc­tion and judg­ment­al hear­ing were de­veloped on site...
How is the civil justice work­ing in Colom­bia?
All sec­tors and in­dus­tries have faced changes and chal­lenges due to the health emer­gency caused by COV­ID-19.  Prob­ably one of the most af­fected sec­tors is the ad­min­is­tra­tion of justice.A re­cur­ring con­cern...
Trans­ition­al meas­ures to in­solv­ency pro­cesses de­cree 560 of 2020
This art­icle re­gard­ing the trans­ition­al meas­ures to in­solv­ency pro­cesses De­cree 560 of 2020 is found only in Span­ish, be­cause it men­tions do­mest­ic terms and very loc­al con­tent.If you are in­ter­ested to...
New re­leases of the dur­a­tion term in the civil pro­ceed­ings in Colom­bia
The Art­icle 121 of the Colom­bi­an Gen­er­al Pro­ced­ure Code es­tab­lishes that it can­not pass more than one (1) year to give a judg­ment in a first or only in­stance tri­al, count­ing this term from the claim ad­mis­sion...