Co-founder and Administrative Partner of Escritorio Romero-Muci & Asociados, Attorneys-at-law; a firm associated to Deloitte & Touche.
Specialist in taxation and corporate planning.
Lawyer, graduated from Universidad Católica Andrés Bello, (summa cum laude); Magister at Law from Harvard University in 1986 and Ph.D. studies at Universidad Central de Venezuela.
Former Magistrate, Co-Judge of the Political-Administrative chamber of the Supreme Court of Justice and former Superior Judge First in the Contingent Taxation Contentious Court.
Attached Professor and former Head of the School of Taxation Law at the Faculty of Law in Universidad Central de Venezuela.
He has written extensively on taxation and administrative issues, among which can be quoted the following: “Inflation Adjustment in the Income Tax Law”, awarded the Mention of Honor at the Annual Prize of the Academy of Political Sciences, 1991; “Contribution to the Study of Actions of Deficiency in the Venezuelan Administrative Contentious Courts”, awarded the Annual Prize of the Attorney General’s Office of the Republic, 1989; winner of the Mention of Honor for the Knut Wicksell Prize in 1997, granted by the Venezuelan Association of Economic Analysis of the Law (Velea), for the paper titled “The Notion of Devaluation due to Inflation” as an integral element in the calculation base for “Taxes on Corporate Assets”; Author of the oeuvre “Municipal Taxation Jurisprudence and Local Autonomy” (1936-1996); two volumes, with prologue by Dr. Allan Brewer-Carías, Jurisprudence Collection # 6, Editorial Jurídica Venezolana, Caracas, 1997; “Compensation Myths and Realities in the Venezuelan Taxation Law”, Andersen Legal, Caracas 2000 and “Rational and Irrational Moratorium Interest in the Taxation Organic Code”.
He has received the decoration of the Order of José Félix Rivas in its first class; the decoration of the Order of Diego de Lozada (City of Caracas) in its first class; the decoration of the Order of the City of Barquisimeto in its first class; an the Medal Order for Merit in Teaching from Universidad Católica Andrés Bello in its third class.
He has received the Annual Prize from the Attorney General’s Office of the Republic (1989), an Honors Mention by the Academy of Political and Social Sciences Prize (1991); and an Honors Mention by the Nuck Wicksell Prize of the Venezuelan Association of Economic Analysis of Law (Velea) (1997).