Morgan & Morgan represented an insurance company in an arbitration dispute conducted under the AIDA Reinsurance and Insurance Arbitration Society Regulation, ARIAS US 2006
Morgan & Morgan represented an insurance company on a claim for coverage of several million dollars against a reinsurer who alleged the existence of defects in the extension endorsement, arbitration dispute conducted under the AIDA Reinsurance and Insurance Arbitration Society Regulation, ARIAS US 2006.
Partner Carlos Ernesto Gonzalez Ramirez, and associate Mayte Sanchez, participated in this process.
Morgan & Morgan represented an insurance company in an arbitration process under the rules of the Center of Conciliation and Arbitration of Panama
Morgan & Morgan represented an insurance company, sued through an arbitration process under the rules of the Center for Conciliation and Arbitration of Panama, on a claim for damages arising out of the alleged existence of defect of consent in the signing of a work contract for the subrogation of a defaulting contractor. In this proceeding, we successfully advise our client on defenses both in form and in substance.
Partner Carlos Ernesto Gonzalez Ramirez, and associates Mayte Sanchez and Emma Cornejo, participated in this process.
Morgan & Morgan represented an insurance company in an arbitration process to claim a Performance Bond
Morgan & Morgan represented an insurance company, in an arbitration through which the Performance Bond given in guarantee is claimed from a subcontractor in a multi-million dollar project of the Panamanian State.
Partner Carlos Ernesto Gonzalez Ramirez, and associates Mayte Sanchez and Analissa Carles, participated in this process.
Morgan & Morgan acted as legal counsel to the Panamanian Government in an arbitration process filed by Guatemala against the Republic of Panama. The dispute involved the cancellation by Panama through the Panamanian Food Safety Authority of import registers for fruit juices required by Guatemala to enter the Panamanian territory.
This was an international arbitration proceeding held via the Trade Controversy Solution Mechanism between Central America, where we were instrumental on Panama´s victory. For the complete version of the arbitration award go to https://www.gacetaoficial.gob.pa/pdfTemp/28296_B/61421.pdf
Partner Carlos Ernesto Gonzalez Ramirez, and associate Mayte Sanchez participated in these proceedings.
Morgan & Morgan represented local television companies in administrative processes related to the retransmission of free to air signals
Morgan & Morgan acted as Panamanian counsel to Mexican group IAMSA, in the sale of their shareholding stake in Colombian airline VivaColombia, by Irelandia Aviation.
The firm was required to review the contracts based on Panamanian law and make the necessary corporate changes required to complete the operation.
The deal involved attorneys from multiple jurisdictions such as Mexico, Ireland, Colombia and Panama.
From March 16 to 18, 2016, Panama City held the International Arbitration Court Conference of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC PANARB 2016) and the third version of the Annual Conference of the Latin American Arbitration Association (ALARB 2016) for the analysis of the main improvements and news on arbitration in Latin America and worldwide.
Morgan & Morgan was the main sponsor of this event and our partner, Luis Vallarino, participated as expositor in the forum organized by the ICC’s Young Group of Arbitrators (ICC YAF) on “Panama as seat of local and international arbitration”.
A large number of experts and professionals in the international arbitration field from different areas of the world met at the conference that served also to launch the ICC Arbitration Commission Report & ADR for Latin America: Decisions about international arbitration costs.
ICC is the main institution specializing in the solution of business disputes at an international level. Morgan & Morgan is member of the Panamanian Chapter established in the year 2004.
From 20 to 25 May, the 2015 edition of the ALFA International Latin Regional Conference was held in Sao Paulo, Brazil with the title “Brazilian Economic Scenario in 2015: opportunities and challenges”. Partner Carlos Ernesto Gonzalez Ramirez, participated for Morgan & Morgan, exclusive member for ALFA in Panama.
ALFA International is a network of independent law firms with 150 member firms throughout the world.
Del 20 al 25 de mayo, se celebró la edición 2015 de la Conferencia Latinoamericana de ALFA International en Sao Paulo, Brasil, bajo el título “Escenario económico de Brasil en 2015: oportunidades y retos”. El socio Ernesto González Ramírez, tuvo la oportunidad de participar como representante de Morgan & Morgan, miembro exclusivo de ALFA en Panamá.
ALFA International es una red mundial de firmas independientes con más de 150 miembros alrededor a nivel global.
Attorneys Carlos Ernesto Gonzalez Ramirez, Ana Cristina Castrellon and Amanda Barraza de Wong, partner and associates of Morgan & Morgan, respectively, took part in the Law and Tax Forum, “Competitive Advantages of Panama to create Added Value: Opportunities and Challenges of the main Special Laws”.
The event, organized by the American Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Panama (AmCham) was attended by the Deputy Ministry of Foreign Commerce, Nestor Gonzalez, who discussed the Free Zone in Panama with a view to promoting economic development and achieving Panama’s main goal: to become a foreign investment hub for the production and processing of goods and services in the upcoming years. Also discussed, the opportunities and challenges for Panama based on its main special economic laws such as the Multinational Company Seat, the Colon Free Zone, the Panama-Pacific area, and free zones, among others.
En días pasados, los abogados Carlos Ernesto González Ramírez, Ana Cristina Castrellón y Amanda Barraza de Wong, socio y asociadas de Morgan & Morgan, respectivamente, participaron en el Foro de Legislación e Impuestos: “Ventajas Competitivas de Panamá para la Generación de Valor Agregado: Oportunidades y Desafíos en los Principales Regímenes Especiales”.
El evento, organizado por el American Chamber of Commerce and Industry. of Panama (Amcham), contó con la asistencia del Viceministro de Comercio Exterior, Néstor González quien abordó el tema de la Zona Franca en Panamá con el deseo de impulsar el desarrollo económico y la meta principal de lograr que Panamá sea un centro de inversión extranjera en actividades de producción y procesamiento de bienes y servicios durante los próximos años. También se abordaron temas sobre las oportunidades y retos que tiene Panamá a raíz de sus principales regímenes económicos especiales como lo son las Sedes de Empresas Multinacionales, la Zona Libre de Colón, el área Panamá-Pacífico, las Zonas Francas, entre otros.
Mr. Carlos Ernesto Gonzalez Ramirez, partner of Morgan & Morgan, took part as panelist in the international conference, “Fifteen years since the dollarization: Analysis and Outlooks”. The event was organized by the University of San Francisco of Quito in observance of the fifteenth anniversary, on January 2015, since Ecuador adopted the Dollar in its economic model.
At his presentation, Mr. Gonzalez Ramirez shared the case of Panama, making an analysis and balance of the results from the dollarization of Panama’s economy and financial system.
The event was attended by some of the leading figures in the dollarization process in Ecuador, renowned economists of that country, representatives of the Central Bank of Ecuador and other prestigious businesspeople in the field.
En días pasados, el Lic. Carlos Ernesto González Ramírez, socio de Morgan & Morgan, participó como panelista de la conferencia internacional “A quince años de la dolarización: Análisis y Perspectivas”. El evento fue organizado por la Universidad San Francisco de Quito, para conmemorar que en Enero 2015 se cumplen los quince años en que Ecuador adoptó la dolarización dentro de su modelo económico.
Durante su participación, el Lic. González Ramírez compartió el caso panameño haciendo un análisis y balance de los resultados de la dolarización en la economía y sistema financiero panameño.
El evento contó con la participación de algunos de los protagonistas del proceso de dolarización en Ecuador, renombrados economistas de este país, representantes del Banco Central de Ecuador, entre otros prestigiosos empresarios de esta plaza.