Consortium becomes largest Costa Rican firm and challenges the Big Four

Consortium Legal (Costa Rica) has recruited multiple lawyers from prominent local firm Batalla Salto Luna, adding substantially to its headcount and establishing a large in-house tax team to directly challenge the Big Four accounting firms.

Consortium Legal announced the lateral hire of Batalla Salto Luna name partners Diego Salto, 46, and Rafael Luna, 47, earlier this month. They are joined by former Batalla associates Adrián Alvarenga, 38, Anayansi Mora, 38, and Cristina Sansonetti, 37, who have been made partner. Several other associates along with an accountant, an economist and a business administrator have also made the move. All the new joiners are tax lawyers, except Alvarenga and two associates, who focus their practice on real estate.

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