Attorneys Ricardo Aleman, Aristides Anguizola, Jose Carrizo, Mayte Sanchez and Ramon Varela, participated as contributors in the investigation process for Panama of the publication Doing Business 2019: Training for Reform, an emblematic report of the World Bank Group that summarizes regulations that enhance business activity across 190 economies.
The full report is available for download here.
Partner Jose Carrizo, head of the Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice group of the firm, contributed with the Panama chapter of Enforcement of Foreign Judgments Guide 2019, a publication of Law Business Research Ltd.
Topics covered include: treaties, regulations and conventions, limitation periods, types of enforceable order, competent courts, defenses, judicial requirements and procedures, significance of the enforcing jurisdiction’s public policy to the enforcement of foreign judgments, awards and enforcement process.
The eBook version is available online here or feel free to download the PDF version here.
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 & Finance, Capital Markets, Corporate/M&A, Dispute Resolution, Energy & Natural Resources, Intellectual Property, Offshore, Projects, Real Estate, Shipping and Shipping Litigation.
Likewise, the publication noted as leaders in their areas attorneys Inocencio Galindo, Francisco Arias, Ramon Varela, Roberto Vidal, Simon Tejeira, Jose Carrizo, Luis Vallarino, Ana Carolina Castillo, Allen Candanedo, Maria Eugenia Brenes, Roberto Lewis, Luis Manzanares, Enrique De Alba, Jazmina Rovi, Juan David Morgan Jr. and Francisco Linares.
One of the clients interviewed stated that “Judging by the results that the firm achieves, I can say that their advice is effective and arrives in a timely manner. I would highlight their availability and technical competence”.
About Morgan & Morgan
With over 80 lawyers and 20 practice areas, Morgan & Morgan is a full service Panamanian law firm, regularly assisting local and foreign corporations from different industries, as well as recognized financial institutions, government agencies and individual clients. Of particular note is our continuous advice for clients involved in all stages of the development of important projects related to energy, water supply, construction, oil, mining, public infrastructure, retail, ports, transportation, among others. Learn more at www.morimor.com.
Panama, September 19, 2018. Jose Carrizo, partner and head of the Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice group of the firm, contributed with the Panama chapter of The Arbitration Review of the Americas 2019, 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.
Mr. Carrizo provided a comprehensive analysis of the arbitration system in Panama, its legislation and every aspect that confirms the country as an international and regional center for the resolution of arbitral disputes.
Jose Carrizo is an experienced attorney with ample knowledge in both domestic and international arbitration processes. He has served as arbitrator in the National Arbitration and Mediation (NAM), based in New York. Mr. Carrizo is also a member of the Panama Chapter of the International Arbitration Court of the International Chamber of Commerce.
The guide is available here.
Once again, Latin Lawyer 250 recommended Morgan & Morgan as the largest firm in Panama. “A large headcount and an established presence in the market gives Morgan & Morgan the manpower and experience required to guide some of Panama’s most significant transactions”, states the guide.
This 2018 edition looks at each jurisdiction firm by firm and presents a complete analysis of most recent developments, practices and leading professionals field by field.
Partners Juan David Morgan Jr., Francisco Linares, Enrique De Alba, Jazmina Rovi, Inocencio Galindo, Francisco Arias, Ramon Varela, Roberto Lewis, Raul Castro, Ricardo Aleman, Albalira Montufar, Maria Teresa Mendoza, Mercedes Arauz de Grimaldo, Enrique Jimenez and Jose Carrizo, received mentions as key players.
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.
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.
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 experienced attorney with ample experience in both domestic and international arbitration processes, provided a comprehensive analysis of the arbitration system in Panama, its legislation and every aspect that confirms the country as an international and regional center for the resolution of arbitral disputes.
The guide is available here.
Morgan & Morgan represented a company from the construction industry in an arbitration process against the Panamanian State
We advised a recognized foreign company in the construction industry that has an arbitration process against the Panamanian State as a result of the execution of a multi-million dollar construction contract, under the rules of the International Court of Arbitration (ICC) including protective measures.
Partner Jose Carrizo, and associates Mayte Sanchez, Ana Carolina Castillo Solis and Analissa Carles, participated in this process.
Morgan & Morgan represented an energy generation company in an arbitration process derived from an EPC Contract
Morgan & Morgan represented a major power generation company in a multi-million dollar arbitration lawsuit in which alleged damages were allegedly caused by the breach of an EPC Contract, where our client had counterclaims.
Partner Jose Carrizo, and associates Mayte Sanchez and Nayubel Rivera, participated in this process.