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    Lexincorp partner secures Chamber of Commerce role

    March 16, 2010

    Arnoldo André Tinoco, a partner with the Costa Rican branch of Lexincorp, has been appointed president of the country's Chamber of Commerce.Tinoco, whose main areas of practice include international law, arbitration and litigation, commercial, tax and real estate, was elected to the post on 10 March. Tinoco, 49, became a member of Lexincorp following the merger of his own firm André Tinoco Abogados into the network in 2008. In his international law practice, Tinoco acts as legal adviser ...

    Lexincorp boosts corporate partnership

    January 31, 2014

    After three of its partners left in December, Lexincorp's El Salvador office has added two lawyers to its partnership who bring banking and antitrust experience to the firm.Independent lawyers Celina Escolán Suay and Sorto Campbell joined ... Giancarlo Angelucci, corporate head Manuel Telles and tax head Jose Carlos Costa, who joined Romero Pineda & Asociados. Lexincorp quickly moved to rebuild its corporate practice, adding two associates, Guillermo Escobar and Rosibel Molina. For 2014 ...

    BLP poaches Lexincorp partners to open in Honduras

    June 05, 2015

    ... hiring six partners, mostly from Lexincorp, in the latest example of its transformation into a regional firm.Banking and finance lawyer José Miguel Álvarez, 36, heads the new office. He joined from Lexincorp along with tax lawyers Jorge Brizuela ... ABP Abogados. ABP signed a merger agreement with Lexincorp that same year, with the group saying at the time that they couldn't pass up the opportunity to work with a regional firm. López began working at Lexincorp a year ago, when she merged ...

    Costa Rica tightens immigration rules

    August 14, 2009

    Lexincorp lawyer Rodolfo Quirós, who leads the firm's migration practice, outlines the upcoming changes to Costa Rica's immigration law.On 4 August, the Costa Rica's legislative assembly approved the country's new immigration law on its second debate. The Executive will ratify and sign it before 15 August, after which it will be published in the official journal "La Gaceta". The new law is likely to come into force between February and March next year, and the Department of Immigration ...

    Lexincorp promotes in El Salvador

    June 25, 2009

    Central American firm Lexincorp has promoted commercial lawyer José Antonio Polanco to partner in its El Salvador office.Polanco, 32, took up his new position on 1 June after three years as a senior associate. His practice includes corporate, M&A, contract and labour law as well as international commercial arbitration. He was part of the Lexincorp team that advised Tecoloco in its 2008 sale of an online recruitment website to Ireland's Saon Group - a deal that is considered Central America's ...

    Honduras modernises civil courts

    June 19, 2009

    Honduras has issued a new code of civil procedure, replacing its centuries-old court protocols with oral, public court practices.One lawyer in the country says the previous trial procedure was excessively formal and over long. Omar Alexis Claros, the head of Lexincorp's litigation department in Honduras says, "The new code of civil procedure will strengthen governance and create the framework for confidence in the correct and timely implementation of the law." The new code seeks to simplify ...

    Lexincorp founder returns to firm

    May 21, 2009

    Enrique Escobar, a founding partner of Lexincorp El Salvador, has returned to the firm after nine years as legal manager at Banco Agrícola.Escobar rejoined the firm on 9 May, where he will lead the firm's new "mergers, acquisitions, financial ... country." On returning to Lexincorp he says, the challenge will be "to strengthen the firm's team and to develop new business opportunities for the firm across Central America." Since becoming a founder of Lexincorp in 1988, Escobar's clients ...

    El Salvador's AES Clesa gets credit line

    February 02, 2018

    Salvadorean firm Lexincorp has helped local financial institution Banco General grant a loan to energy company AES Clesa for US$18 million. AES relied on in-house counsel. The transaction was signed on 18 January. AES, which is El Salvador's largest energy distributor, will use the proceeds to refinance loans and finance investments. Counsel to Banco General Lexincorp Central American Law Firm Associate Antonio Guirola...Author: Fredrik Karlsson...

    Lexincorp adds four partners in Honduras

    September 18, 2013

    Four former associates at Consortium Centro América Abogados - Honduras have joined Lexincorp as partners, after originally leaving their former employer to set up their own firm.Energy lawyer Karla Gabriela Aguilar, 42, labour lawyer Adolfo Pineda ... three-person team of associates will maintain another office in San Pedro Sula, in the north of the country. Lexincorp also supports further offices in Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Costa Rica. With lateral hires a rarity in Honduras ...

    Lexincorp signs loan for Guatemala's first wind farm

    April 04, 2014

    Lexincorp's Guatemalan office has helped the first-ever local developers of a wind farm in the country to obtain a US$84 million loan from Banco Centroamericano de Integración Economica, Banco G&T Continental and Banco Agromercantil de Guatemala.Th ... smaller scale than the San Antonio project. Counsel to Éolico San Antonio In-house counsel - Iris Castillo Lexincorp Guatemala Partners Luis Pedro Fuxet and Edvin Montoya Berganza Counsel to the banks Carrillo y Asociados Partners Rodolfo Alegrí ...

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