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Panama, August 30, 2022. Once again, Morgan & Morgan leads the Panama ranking in Chambers Latin America Guide 2023, the key reference point of Latin American top law firms. The firm achieved 21 top rankings in 7 practice areas, the highest number for a Panamanian law firm. The recommended attorneys are: Allen Candanedo: Intellectual Property.
Panama, August 23, 2022. Once again, Latin Lawyer 250, 2023 edition, recommended Morgan & Morgan in the areas of Banking and Finance and Corporate and M&A. “A large headcount and almost a century in the Panamanian legal market give Morgan & Morgan the workforce and experience required to steer through some of the country’s most
Panama, June 13, 2022. We are proud to announce that our law firm has been ranked as Top Tier in the new Banking and Finance rankings of IFLR 1000 2022. Congratulations to our Corporate Law team, and thanks to our clients for trusting us and making this recognition possible. The publication is available here.
Morgan & Morgan among the five most renowned law firms in Central America: WWL Central America 2022.
Panama, April 30, 2022. With 25 positions in the ranking, Morgan & Morgan has been recognized by Who’s Who Legal (WWL) among the five leading law firms in Central America. The publication endorsed eighteen lawyers of the firm in ten practice areas of its ranking, one of the most important in the region: Inocencio Galindo:
Panama, December 14, 2021. Partners Carlos Ernesto González Ramírez (Antitrust & Competition), and Inocencio Galindo (Banking & Finance) have been included at LACCA Approved 2022, a selection of Latin American leading lawyers in specific areas of law. Approved lawyers have been personally recommended by members of LACCA, who are all general counsel from the top
Morgan & Morgan Legal advised Avianca Holdings, S.A. and its subsidiaries, in connection with its financial and corporate restructuring process, implemented to emerge from Chapter 11 proceedings in the United States of America.
Panama, December 1, 2021. Morgan & Morgan Legal acted as Panamanian counsel to Avianca Holdings, S.A. (“Avianca”) and its subsidiaries, in connection with its financial and corporate restructuring process, implemented to emerge from Chapter 11 proceedings in the United States of America, after having filed for bankruptcy protection in U.S. Courts back in May 2020.
Morgan & Morgan achieved the highest number of practices and lawyers ranked in The Legal 500 Latin America.
Panama, October 26, 2021. Morgan & Morgan has been recognized by The Legal 500 as the Panamanian law firm with most practice areas and lawyers ranked in the 2022 edition of the directory, a key reference point of regional top law firms. The publication has assigned the firm ten practice areas rankings, 7 of these
Panama, September 3, 2021. Morgan & Morgan has achieved the highest number of rankings for Panama in Chambers Latin America Guide 2022, the key reference point of Latin American top law firms. The directory has assigned the firm twenty rankings in seven practice areas, the highest number for a Panamanian law firm. This year, the
Morgan & Morgan Legal advised Banistmo S.A., as facilities agent and administrative agent, in a multimillionaire financing agreement related to Line 3 of Panama´s City Metro System, one of the largest public infrastructure projects in Panama.
Panama, August 31, 2021. Morgan & Morgan Legal acted as Panamanian counsel to Banistmo S.A. in its role as agent of the three facility agreements. Additionally, Morgan & Morgan Legal acted as Panamanian counsel to Banistmo S.A., in its role as administrative agent of the Purchase Agreement of “Certificados de No Objeción”. Transactions related to
Morgan & Morgan Legal advised Avianca Holdings, S.A. and its subsidiaries, in connection with a US$ 1.5 billion DIP-to-exit facility which would secure the company’s exit financing from its Chapter 11 reorganization proceeding under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.
Panama, August 27, 2021. Morgan & Morgan Legal acted as Panamanian counsel to Avianca Holdings, S.A., as Debtor; and certain of its subsidiaries, as Guarantors, in connection with a DIP-to-exit facility used to repay Tranche A of US$ approximately 1,430,000,000.00, under a certain debtor-in-possession agreement executed on October, 2020, and its replacement with a new Tranche A-1 for US$ 1,050,000,000.00