Latamlex, a firm with offices in Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama, joins the Alliance
The Ibero-American Legal Network (RLI), an alliance of legal firms formed and led by BROSETA, has incorporated into its structure the regional firm LatamLex, that has a presence in the whole Central American region.
The RLI was founded in 2013 with the aim of contributing to an improvement in the provision of legal services in Latin America, establishing new ways of collaboration between Europe and Latin America, identifying and generating business opportunities for companies and exploiting the synergies resulting from collaboration among different firms, and already had the participation of firms based in Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay and Peru.
So, along with BROSETA, the RLI is now comprised of the firms Esguerra (Colombia), Noboa, Peña & Torres (Ecuador), Cervantes Sainz (Mexico), Berkemeyer (Paraguay) and Benites, Forno & Ugaz (Peru), plus the newly incorporated LatamLex, a Firm of recognized experience in the region and whose offices in Central America are: Gomez and Galindo / LatamLex Costa Rica; Guandique Segovia Quintanilla/LatamLex El Salvador; Arenales & Skinner – Klee/LatamLex Guatemala; Matamoros Batson & Associates/LatamLex Honduras; LatamLex Nicaragua and; Lopez, Villanueva & Heurtematte /LatamLex Panama.
The RLI now has a team of more than 400 lawyers providing advice on the main branches of Business Law.
For Julio Veloso, partner of BROSETA and coordinator of the RLI, “these new additions reinforce the commitment of BROSETA to international development. With the new structure of the RLI, the presence of BROSETA in Chile, which has had its own office in this country from 2015, and the best friends agreements we have in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Uruguay and Venezuela, we are one of the few Spanish legal firms with serviceability in the whole of Latin America“.