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Galindo, Arias & López once more reaffirmed its reputation as one of the leading Panamanian firms in mergers and acquisitions and the telecommunication industry by advising Millicom LIH, S.A. in…

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Cristina Thayer and Salomón Behar, highly ranked lawyers, were invited by Chambers & Partners, to be the exclusive expert authors for the Panama section in the first edition of the…

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Lawyers predict increasing demand for advice on administrative law and public procurement after China and Panama schedule free-trade talks. The establishment of diplomatic relations between Panama and China is expected to facilitate…

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By the Executive Decree 75 of December 26, 2017, the Government of the Republic of Panama announced an increase in the minimum salary, beginning on January 1, 2018. The salary…

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Galindo, Arias & Lopez is pleased to announce that Edgar Herrera has been appointed partner of our law firm. His outstanding professional career and high ethical standards contribute to the…

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Law 52 of October 27, 2016 New Changes for Panamanian Legal Entities Recently the Panamanian Government approved Law 52 of October 27, 2016, which will enter into force on January 1, 2017. Law…

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In a third joint effort made by the Cyrus R. Vance Center for International Justice and Latin Lawyer to explore the development of pro bono legal services in Latin America…

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Law 47 of August 6th, 2013 Adopting a custody regime applicable to bearer shares THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY DECREES Chapter I General Provisions Article 1. Purpose. The purpose of this Law…

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Galindo, Arias & López is pleased to inform that Roberto De Araujo López and Cristina Thayer Hausz have been appointed partners of our law firm. Roberto De Araujo has been a member of GALA’s team…

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Panama City, Panama (March 20, 2013) – Galindo, Arias & López has announced that their legal alliance, TAGLaw®, has been recognized as “Elite” in the Chambers Global 2013 rankings guide…

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