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.
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, 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
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
Mr. Simon Tejeira Q. on behalf of Morgan & Morgan, and Mrs. Dioselina Gonzalez de Pardo on behalf of Fundader (Foundation for the Integral Development of Women and Family) sign a cooperation agreement undertaking to join forces in SCR issues and achieve integration into society of young adults in Panama’s west area. Through the agreement,
Last January 29, 2014, the Panamanian Chapter of the Spanish Arbitration Club was launched at Salon Bahia of Club Union in Panama City. Morgan & Morgan sponsored the event, attended by notable law professionals. Partners Simon Tejeira Q. and Jose Carrizo, attended the event on behalf of the firm. El pasado 29 de enero de
A Tribunal of the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), with headquarters in Paris, comprised by three arbitrator appointed by said Court, rejected through a final arbitration award, already executed, all the claims formulated by Astilleros Braswell International S.A., against Panama Ports Company and the Maritime Authority of Panama. Astilleros