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Russin Vecchi steers solar investment in DR
Russin Vecchi steers solar investment in DR

Russin Vecchi steers solar investment in DR

22 March 2019

Local law firm Russin, Vecchi & Heredia Bonetti has helped Spanish power plant developer BAS Corporation invest in a US$78 million solar project in the Dominican Republic.

Ulises Cabrera hires from Russin Vecchi
Ulises Cabrera hires from Russin Vecchi

Ulises Cabrera hires from Russin Vecchi

08 March 2019

Ulises Cabrera Abogados in the Dominican Republic has hired a senior associate from Latin Lawyer 250 firm Russin, Vecchi & Heredia Bonetti as partner to lead its corporate practice.

Edwards Lifesciences purchases plant from Pfizer in DR
Edwards Lifesciences purchases plant from Pfizer in DR

Edwards Lifesciences purchases plant from Pfizer in DR

14 November 2018

Dominican firm Russin, Vecchi & Heredia Bonetti has helped US healthcare company Edwards Lifesciences acquire a medical manufacturing plant.

Latin Lawyer 250 country by country: Dominican Republic
Latin Lawyer 250 country by country: Dominican Republic

Latin Lawyer 250 country by country: Dominican Republic

22 March 2018

The Dominican Republic is not seeing the same record level of economic growth as it has done in recent years, but it still reported a more than respectable 5% growth for 2017, a figure that looks to be sustainable for 2018.

Pro Bono profile: Fundación Pro Bono in the Dominican Republic
Pro Bono profile: Fundación Pro Bono in the Dominican Republic

Pro Bono profile: Fundación Pro Bono in the Dominican Republic

23 February 2017

Latin Lawyer’s 11th annual charity awards ceremony is being held in aid of three of the region’s pro bono clearinghouses, including Fundación Pro Bono in the Dominican Republic.

DR’s Wandelpool signs Pro Bono Declaration for the Americas
DR’s Wandelpool signs Pro Bono Declaration for the Americas

DR’s Wandelpool signs Pro Bono Declaration for the Americas

26 November 2015

Dominican firm Wandelpool & Wandelpool has signed the Vance Centre’s Pro Bono Declaration for the Americas (PBDA), committing every lawyer at the firm to at least 20 hours of free legal aid per year.

DR lawyers welcome overdue insolvency law, but predict hard work ahead
DR lawyers welcome overdue insolvency law, but predict hard work ahead

DR lawyers welcome overdue insolvency law, but predict hard work ahead

01 September 2015

Dominican Republic lawyers have embraced new restructuring-friendly insolvency legislation, but admit the judiciary must overcome a steep learning curve to properly enforce the law in a country with no history of debtor reorganisation and where out-of-court settlements are the norm.

Latin Lawyer 250 country by country: Dominican Republic
Latin Lawyer 250 country by country: Dominican Republic

Latin Lawyer 250 country by country: Dominican Republic

03 March 2015

Today the Dominican Republic is the focus of Latin Lawyer’s overview of the region’s leading business law firms, as analysed in the 17th edition of Latin Lawyer 250 published online.

Pro bono survey 2014: Powerful reach
Pro bono survey 2014: Powerful reach

Pro bono survey 2014: Powerful reach

26 November 2014

Latin Lawyer and the Vance Center's pro bono survey unveiled a remarkable range of projects undertaken by Latin American law firms on a pro bono basis; from bringing about legislative reform to helping children with serious diseases, lawyers are bringing access to justice to a tremendous number of poor and marginalised people in the region. Here, we celebrate their stories and consider the different types of pro bono projects available and the impact they have on society

Pro bono survey 2014: Leading lights
Pro bono survey 2014: Leading lights

Pro bono survey 2014: Leading lights

26 November 2014

Here we list 55 “Leading Lights” from our survey respondents, celebrating law firms whose efforts towards pro bono during 2013 stood out. The list consists of firms that we feel deserve to be put in the spotlight thanks to their contribution to the development of a pro bono culture in Latin America.