Jorge L. San Miguel is a Senior Managing Director at Ankura with more than 25 years’ experience working on complex legal business matters, including operational and compliance issues, infrastructure, permitting, due diligence, environmental, energy, specializing in environmental law, compliance, and related government/regulatory affairs. He has represented businesses and government entities before the US Environmental Protection Agency, the US Army Corps of Engineers, the USVI Department of Planning and Natural Resources, the Puerto Rico Environmental Quality Board, the Puerto Rico Department of Natural and Environmental Resources, the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority, and the Puerto Rico Aqueduct and Sewer Authority, among others.
Jorge’s professional experience includes:
Recognized in the 2015 Latin America Edition of Chambers & Partners as a Leading Individual in Environmental Law
Recognized as a Best Lawyer in Puerto Rico for Corporate and M&A Law (2015) by Best Lawyers® International, an organization with a Board of Advisors comprised of leaders from the world’s leading law firms and General Counsel of Fortune 500 and Global 500 companies
Recognized by Best Lawyers® as Lawyer of the Year Corporate and M&A Law 2014
Interamerican Association of Sanitary Engineers and Environmental Sciences – PR Chapter (AIDIS-PR), annual membership; contributes to the education and improvement of environmental, health and sanitary conditions in the Americas.
Puerto Rico Conservation Trust, Advisory Council Member (1998-present), Chair (2010-2015). Trust is a non-profit dedicated to the conservation of historic monuments, land acquisition, and protection of valuable ecosystems throughout the islands comprising Puerto Rico.
AH270Center for Economic Renewal, Growth and Excellence (CRECE by its Spanish acronym), Founding Board Member (2013–present). CRECE is a non-profit dedicated to formulating, disseminating and implementing policies and practices that promote personal responsibility, entrepreneurism, economic renewal, opportunity and freedom in Puerto Rico, and in Latino communities in the mainland U.S., to maximize social well-being, growth and prosperity.