Article published in the Tax Column of the newspaper La Prensa (February 18, 2018) The changes introduced by Act 66 of October 17, 2017 (Act 66/2017), brings with it a new concept and alternative to the procedure on the part of the taxpayers, which is the right to adopt or not to the regime of
Partner Jose Carrizo and senior associate Aristides Anguizola contributed with the Panama chapter of Chambers & Partners Insolvency Guide 2018. In this edition, attorneys from 27 countries summarized about the trends, rules, regulatory issues, among others, in this matter for each of their jurisdictions. The complete guide is available here.
Mercedes Arauz de Grimaldo, Ramon Varela, Aristides Anguizola and Angie Guzman, contributed in the Panama research process of Doing Business 2018: Reforming to Create Jobs, a publication of the World Bank Group that summarizes relevant issues that enhance business activity across 190 economies. The full report is available for download here.
Partner Enrique De Alba contributed with the Chambers & Partners Shipping Guide 2018. Mr. De Alba was selected among multiple experts from the maritime industry, to prepare both the introduction and the complete program of this publication. The guide analyzes the most relevant aspects that affects the maritime industry in twelve jurisdictions. The complete guide
Morgan & Morgan makes contributions to compilation of articles on the Securities Market of Panama sponsored by the Superintendency of the Securities Market of Panama
Associates Ricardo Arias and Pablo Epifanio, lawyers of the Corporate Law Department of Morgan & Morgan authored articles “Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs”) and “A glance to compliance measures applicable to the securities market”, both included in Volume IV of the Compilation of Articles on Regulation and Operation sponsored by the Superintendency of the Securities
Article published in the Tax Column of the newspaper La Prensa (November 26, 2017) In Panama, of the 12 taxes of a national nature, only 2 of them expressly do not typify the figure of tax fraud, however, they have, like the other 10, pecuniary sanctions constituted by surcharges and interest for late payment of
By Ricardo Alemán, Partner, Labor Law, Morgan & Morgan Most of holidays and national mourning that are covered by Article 46 of the Labor Code of the Republic of Panama are in November, December and January. In fact, they are considered as such, November 3, 5, 10 and 28; December 8 and 25; and on
Partner Jose Carrizo, head of the Litigation and Arbitration practice of the firm, contributed with the Panama chapter of Enforcement of Foreign Judgments Guide 2018, a publication of Law Business Research Ltd. In this edition participated recognized trial lawyers from 23 countries of America, Europe, Asia and Africa. The complete guide is available here.
Article published in the Tax Column of the newspaper La Prensa (November 5, 2017) Panama grows and evolves in the face of the challenges of the globalized world. However, we must not lose our essence as a country dedicated to world service and commerce. Accepting all the inexplicable international demands in the world of taxation,
Jose Carrizo, partner head of the Litigation and Arbitration practice group of the firm, contributed with the Panama chapter of The Arbitration Review of the Americas 2018, a publication that summarizes relevant issues that help general counsel, arbitrators and private practitioners to avoid the pitfalls and seize the opportunities of international arbitration. Jose Carrizo, an