On November 2 at noon, in room 903 of Building B of the Justice Center, Carlos Parada Abate will be formalized for incompatible negotiation. Parada is a renowned lawyer and business liquidator, and his cases have included bankruptcies such as that of the Universidad del Pacífico and Alberto Chang’s companies.
But this time he will not be in charge of recovering money for creditors, but will go to the other side after a series of complaints from Chang’s former clients who accuse Parada of irregularities and wrongdoing in the bankruptcy process.
For example, according to complaints about the case being pursued by the Eastern Metropolitan Prosecutor’s Office, Parada would have diverted resources from Chang’s property auctions to his personal account, through triangulations with other people. Or it would also have benefited certain creditors or people close to his family circle at the expense of other former clients.
The lawyer is already formalized for similar events in the bankruptcy of the Universidad del Pacífico, and in fact was in preventive detention for 24 days.
Contacted, Parada declined to comment.
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