The Ministry of Health (hereinafter “MINSA” for its acronym in Spanish) through Executive Decree No. 804 of July 22, 2021 (hereinafter the “Decree”), modifies the requirements to entry to Panama, applicable to Panamanian, residents, or foreigners during the State of National Emergency, as follow: NEW RULES APPLICABLE FROM JULY 23, 2021. Digital Health Sworn Affidavit.Any Panamanian, resident,
Morgan & Morgan is pleased to announce that, for the sixth consecutive year, the firm´s Private Wealth Law practice group earned a top ranking (Band 1) in the 2021 Chambers Hight Net Worth Guide, a prestigious publication aimed at the international private wealth market and a key reference point of the world´s leading firms in
The Ministry of Public Security modifies once again the requirements to request the residence permit for foreigners from specific countries who maintain friendly professional, economic and investment relationship with the Republic of Panama
The Ministry of Public Security through Executive Decree No. 226 of July 20, 2021 (hereinafter the “Decree”), modifies the requirements to obtain the residence for foreigners from specific countries who maintain friendly professional, economic and investment relationship with the Republic of Panama, commonly known as “residence permit as friendly nations”, as follows: The Republic of Peru is included in
Morgan & Morgan appoints Mr. Alejandro E. Chevalier to its Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice.
Morgan & Morgan is pleased to announce the recent hiring of Mr. Alejandro E. Chevalier, as associate in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution team of the firm. Prior to joining Morgan & Morgan, Mr. Chevalier worked as an International Attorney in the International Department of Akerman LLP (Miami, Florida). He also interned with the International