Morgan & Morgan Legal promotes Mayte Sanchez Gonzalez as a new partner in its Litigation and Dispute Resolution team.
Panama, December 29, 2021. Morgan & Morgan Legal is pleased to announce the recent promotion of attorney Mayte Sanchez Gonzalez as partner of the firm. This designation reinforces the firm´s notable practice in litigation and dispute resolution processes (including arbitration), and at the same time, reinforces its commitment to gender equality and equal opportunities in
Panama, August 5, 2019. Jose Carrizo, partner and head of the Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice of the firm, was listed once again in the Who´s Who Legal Thought Leaders Litigation Guide 2019, a publication that highlights the skills and know-how of the best litigation lawyers worldwide, based on the number of nominations received by
Panama, August 5, 2019. Mayte Sanchez, associate at the Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice group of Morgan & Morgan, was invited to participate as speaker in the National and International Arbitration Seminar, organized by the Conciliation and Arbitration Center of Panama (CeCAP, for its initials in Spanish). The activity, which was held as part of
Morgan & Morgan represented Electron Investment, S.A. in an arbitration process filed by Constructora Seli Panamá, S.A. before the International Chamber of Commerce
Morgan & Morgan was part of the team of lawyers that represented Electron Investment, S.A. (“EISA”), in an arbitration process filed by Constructora Seli Panamá, S.A. (“SELI”), before the International Chamber of Commerce (“ICC”). The request for arbitration was filed by SELI following certain disputes related to the contract for the construction of the tunnels
Panama, September 25, 2018. Morgan & Morgan and sixteen attorneys of the firm were recognized in the Chambers Latin America 2019, guide of the best lawyers and law firms across 20 countries of Central America, the Caribbean, South America and Mexico. The firm has been ranked in the first Bands within the areas of Banking
Morgan & Morgan represented an energy generation company in an arbitration process derived from an EPC Contract
Morgan & Morgan represented a major power generation company in a multi-million dollar arbitration lawsuit in which alleged damages were allegedly caused by the breach of an EPC Contract, where our client had counterclaims. Partner Jose Carrizo, and associates Mayte Sanchez and Nayubel Rivera, participated in this process.
Morgan & Morgan represented the Panamanian State in an arbitration process derived from a Work Contract related to public roads
Morgan & Morgan represented the Panamanian State on an arbitration lawsuit filed for the alleged non-payment of payments derived from a Work Contract related to public roads. Partner Omar Rodriguez and associate Mayte Sanchez, participated in this transaction.
Morgan & Morgan represented a company owner of a property in a civil process seeking rectification of boundaries and measures
Morgan & Morgan represented a company owner of a property with damages on its surface area by the neighbors, which require judicial action in search of rectification of boundaries and measurements, through the subsequent cancellation of the title of ownership. Partner Anibal Tejeira, and associate Miguel Rodriguez, participated in this process.
Morgan & Morgan represented an oil company in a civil process regarding the possible execution of a judgement issued abroad
Morgan & Morgan acted as Panamanian legal counsel to an international oil company regarding the possible execution of a judgment issued abroad. Partners Jose Carrizo, Omar Rodriguez and Luis Vallarino, and associates Nayubel Rivera and Mayte Sanchez, participated in this process.
Morgan & Morgan represented in a civil process filed against a hospital center and intervening doctors
Morgan & Morgan executed a legal action for the claim of medical civil liability filed against a hospital center and intervening doctors, due to a nosocomial bacterium that caused, in the course of a surgical intervention, harm to the client’s health. Partners Jose Carrizo and Luis Vallarino, and associate Nayubel Rivera, participated in this process.