Bufete Aguirre completes merger with Quintanilla Soria in Bolivia

Bolivia’s Bufete Aguirre has completely merged with Quintanilla, Soria & Nishizawa almost a year after the two firms announced an initial tie-up between their IP practices.

Bufete Aguirre completes merger with Quintanilla Soria in Bolivia Front row: Milenka Saavedra, Fernando Aguirre, Perla Koziner, Eduardo Quintanilla and Carolina Aguirre Back row: Santiago Nishisawa, Mauricio Torrico, Eduardo Quintanilla, Ignacio Aguirre, Sergio Antelo and Julio Quintanilla

The firms have rebranded as Bufete Aguirre, Quintanilla, Soria & Nishizawa Sociedad Civil. They start their joint operation with 22 lawyers, 16 of whom are in the capital, La Paz. The other six will be based in Bolivia’s largest city, Santa Cruz. Twelve of the two firms' 22 lawyers are partners.

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