Panama, October 2, 2020. Once again, Morgan & Morgan receives top rankings in the recently released Chambers & Partners Latin America Guide 2021, a key reference point of Latin American top law firms.
Morgan & Morgan has been recommended in several practices due to the firm´s excellent performance and prominent work in each one of these areas.
Likewise, the directory classifies within the top Bands the following attorneys of the firm:
- Inocencio Galindo: Banking and Finance / Projects and Energy / Corporate and M&A.
- Francisco Arias G.: Banking and Finance / Capital Markets / Corporate and M&A.
- Ramon Varela: Banking and Finance, Projects and Energy.
- Roberto Vidal: Corporate and M&A.
- Kharla Aizpurua Olmos: Banking and Finance.
- Ricardo Arias: Capital Markets.
- Ana Carolina Castillo Solis: Projects and Energy.
- Allen Candanedo: Intellectual Property.
- Maria Eugenia Brenes: Intellectual Property.
- Simon Tejeira Q.: Dispute Resolution.
- Jose Carrizo: Dispute Resolution.
- Luis Vallarino: Dispute Resolution.
- Jazmina Rovi: Shipping.
- Juan David Morgan Jr.: Shipping (Litigation).
- Francisco Linares: Shipping (Litigation).
Congratulations to all of them, and thanks to our clients for trusting us as their legal advisors in Panama.
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 & Finance, Capital Markets, Corporate/M&A, Dispute Resolution, Energy & Natural Resources, Intellectual Property, Offshore, Projects, Real Estate, Shipping and Shipping Litigation.
Likewise, the publication noted as leaders in their areas attorneys Inocencio Galindo, Francisco Arias, Ramon Varela, Roberto Vidal, Simon Tejeira, Jose Carrizo, Luis Vallarino, Ana Carolina Castillo, Allen Candanedo, Maria Eugenia Brenes, Roberto Lewis, Luis Manzanares, Enrique De Alba, Jazmina Rovi, Juan David Morgan Jr. and Francisco Linares.
One of the clients interviewed stated that “Judging by the results that the firm achieves, I can say that their advice is effective and arrives in a timely manner. I would highlight their availability and technical competence”.
About Morgan & Morgan
With over 80 lawyers and 20 practice areas, Morgan & Morgan is a full service Panamanian law firm, regularly assisting local and foreign corporations from different industries, as well as recognized financial institutions, government agencies and individual clients. Of particular note is our continuous advice for clients involved in all stages of the development of important projects related to energy, water supply, construction, oil, mining, public infrastructure, retail, ports, transportation, among others. Learn more at www.morimor.com.
Morgan & Morgan represented an oil company in a civil process regarding the possible execution of a judgement issued abroad
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.
Morgan & Morgan represented local television companies in administrative processes related to the retransmission of free to air signals
Morgan & Morgan represented a port company in an administrative process against the Panamanian State
Morgan & Morgan represented a port company in dispute with the State on related aspects of its Concession Contract and port activity of the country.
Partners Luis Vallarino, Jose Carrizo and Enrique Jimenez, and associates Mayte Sanchez, Emma Cornejo, Orlando Tejeira and Maria Eugenia Brenes, participated in this process.
Morgan & Morgan represented a well-known power generation company in a dispute against the Panamanian State
Morgan & Morgan represented a recognized private transport company in an administrative process related to its operation in Panama
Morgan & Morgan acted as Panamanian legal counsel to an important private transport company in the implementation of a regulatory framework for its services.
Partners Luis Vallarino and Jose Carrizo, and associates Mayte Sanchez, Orlando Tejeira, Emma Cornejo and Analissa Carles, participated in this process.
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.
As part of our CSR strategy, on Saturday April 25, a team of lawyers and volunteers from Morgan & Morgan participated in a Legal Orientation Day held at El Tecal, Arraijan, in collaboration with Fundación para el Desarrollo Integral de la Mujer y la Familia (Fundader). A great number of people received free legal assistance and participated in a workshop covering topics related to domestic violence and healthy relationships.
The aim of these Legal Open Houses is to promote access to justice and gender equality in the country’s most vulnerable populations.
Attorneys Ana Carolina Castillo, Luis Vallarino and Edgardo Osorio (from Fundalcom), as well as volunteer Andrés Mejía made up the group that provided services for this initiative.
By participating in this initiative, Morgan & Morgan reaffirms its commitment to the Pro Bono Declaration of the Americas being the first Panamanian firm signatory of this initiative.
Como parte de nuestra estrategia de RSE, el pasado sábado 25 de abril, un equipo de abogados y voluntarios de Morgan & Morgan participaron en una Jornada de Orientación Legal llevada a cabo en la comunidad de El Tecal, Arraiján, en colaboración con la Fundación para el Desarrollo Integral de la Mujer y la Familia (Fundader). Un gran número de personas asistieron a recibir asistencia legal gratuita y charlas de capacitación sobre temas relacionados a la violencia doméstica y promoción de relaciones sanas.
El objetivo de estas jornadas es promover el acceso a la justicia y la equidad de género en las poblaciones más vulnerables del país.
El equipo que prestó sus servicios para esta iniciativa estuvo conformado por los abogados Ana Carolina Castillo, Luis Vallarino, Edgardo Osorio (de Fundalcom); y el voluntario Andrés V. Mejía.
Con su participación en estas jornadas, Morgan & Morgan reafirma su compromiso con la Declaración Pro Bono de las Américas al ser la primera firma panameña signataria de esta iniciativa.