Ignacio Triguero is Senior Associate at Senn, Ferrero, Associates since 2017. He has extensive experience in advising on contractual, litigious, and regulatory matters to various operators in the field of sport and entertainment.
Throughout his career, he has participated in litigation before the Civil Jurisdiction as well as arbitration before national (COE TEAD, RFEF Jurisdictional Committee) and international (FIFA, TAS/CAS, CONMEBOL) sports courts and has been advising different clients (clubs, players, intermediaries, coaches, federations, audiovisual operators) in matters of sports law (transfers, minors, TPO, financial "fair play", doping, "due diligence" processes in the purchase and sale of clubs, sports sponsorship contracts, exploitation of image and audiovisual rights, etc. ).
Prior to joining Senn, Ferrero, Asociados, Ignacio worked as a lawyer in the litigation and intellectual property department of Squire, Patton, Boggs and as a legal advisor in the FIFA Player Status department.
Ignacio is also an arbitrator of the Arbitration Committee and the Disciplinary Committee of the International Cycling Union (UCI) and has been on the list of pro-bono lawyers of FIFA since November 2019 to assist in proceedings before the Disciplinary Committee, the Committee on Appeal, and the Ethics Commission.
He is a member of the Madrid Bar Association and a Member of the Spanish Arbitration Club. He has also collaborated as a professor in various courses and master's degrees in sports (ISDE, CEF, Universidad Católica de Valencia, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos-RFEF) and has published various articles in specialized magazines.
- Graduate in Spanish and French Law from the Complutense University of Madrid and the Sorbonne University – Paris I (2009).
- Master’s degree in Corporate Legal Advice from the Instituto de Empresa (2011).
- Master’s degree in Sports Law from the University of Valencia (2014).