Law Firms, Lawyers in Latin America and the Caribbean
Law Firms and Their Lawyers in Latin America and the Caribbean
Latin America and the Caribbean Legal Articles
- Corporations in Panama
Provided by Acabogado PTY
Panama has a Corporations Act, which facilitates business and investment, so it is recommended to entrepreneurs take advantage offered by this type of society, when starting your business.
- Improvements in Panama Corporation Law for Redomiciliation
Provided by Lombardi Aguilar Group
Decree Law 5 of 1997 included several improvements for the redomiciliation and powers of attorney for corporations which are still useful today
- Liabilities in Maritime Law: A case and comparative approach with Ecuador
Provided by Villagran Lara, Attorneys
A comparative analysis which provides the idea on the impact of international conventions and the implementation of different kind of liabilities.
- Cayman Islands Introduce Limited Liability Companies as New Corporate Vehicle
Provided by Loeb Smith
The Cayman Islands have now brought into effect the long-awaited Limited Liability Companies Law, 2016 (the "LLC Law") which introduces a new Cayman Islands limited liability company (an "LLC"). The LLC Law was published on 8th June 2016 but had not been brought into effect until 8th July 2016 in order to provide the Companies Registry with sufficient time to implement internal systems for dealing with registration of new LLCs.
- New Domain Extensions: Benefits and Opportunities for Businesses in Latin America
Provided by B&R Latin America IP LLC
The Internet has become an important business tool for brand promotion. Any company that wants to successfully put its products or services across to the public can’t get around the benefits of the global online market anymore.
- International Investments in Panama
Provided by Molina & Co.
Panama is a land blessed by God, where you can enjoy on the same day the tropical heat of its beaches and the fresh air from the high lands.
- International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea - ITLOS
Provided by M F Ejchel
The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea is an independent judicial body established by the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea to adjudicate disputes arising out of the interpretation and application of the Convention. The Tribunal is composed of 21 independent members, elected from among persons enjoying the highest reputation for fairness and integrity and of recognized competence in the field of the law of the sea.
- Commercial Contracts: When A Clause Means What It Says
Provided by Parris Whittaker, Attorney at Law
Limitation and exclusion clauses in commercial contracts regularly lead to disputes between the parties. Any guidance from the court on how these are to be interpreted is always welcome by commercial lawyers, who can then better advise their clients.
- Bankruptcy in Panama: Legal Considerations
Provided by Pardini & Associates
Every declaration of bankruptcy, represent certain effects over the person declared bankrupt. Some of them will generally apply to every person as of the moment of declaration, we will call those general effects, and some others will depend on other facts like the qualification of the bankruptcy.
- Stamp Tax on Transactions by Electronic Means in Buenos Aires
Provided by Canosa Abogados
On January 1, 2015, Law No. 5493 entered into force, introducing amendments to the Tax Code of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires (“TC”) concerning the Stamp Tax.