Morgan & Morgan represented an agricultural production company in administrative claim process for damages
Morgan & Morgan represented an agricultural production company in the claim of damages caused by the poor provision of public services by the regulatory authority, regarding an infestation of bovine tuberculosis.
Partners Omar Rodriguez and Anibal Tejeira, an associates Mayte Sanchez and Miguel Rodriguez, participated in this process.
Morgan & Morgan represented a local organization in an arbitration process before the Arbitration Court of Sport
Morgan & Morgan represented a regional insurance company in the process of negotiation with the Panamanian State in relation to a Turnkey project
Morgan & Morgan acted as Panamanian legal counsel to a prestigious regional insurance company in negotiations with the Panamanian State for the continuation of a Turnkey project guaranteed and not complied with by the Contractor.
Partner Jose Carrizo and associate Mayte Sanchez, participated in this process.
Morgan & Morgan represented a group of creditors in the recovery of reinsurance coverage and brokerage fees
Morgan & Morgan represented a renowned local bank in an administrative process formulated by the Superintendency of Banks of Panama
Morgan & Morgan represented a recognized private transport company in an administrative process related to its operation in Panama
Morgan & Morgan acted as Panamanian legal counsel to an important private transport company in the implementation of a regulatory framework for its services.
Partners Luis Vallarino and Jose Carrizo, and associates Mayte Sanchez, Orlando Tejeira, Emma Cornejo and Analissa Carles, participated in this process.
Partners Mercedes Arauz de Grimaldo and Ramon Varela, and associates Aristides Anguizola, Mayte Sánchez and Angie Guzmán, contributed in the Panama research process of the 13th edition of Doing Business 2016: Measuring Regulatory Quality and Efficiency, a publication of the World Bank Group that summarizes relevant issues that enhance business activity across 189 economies.
The new report measures regulations affecting 11 areas of the life of a business, including: starting a business, dealing with construction permits, getting electricity, registering property, getting credit, protecting minority investors, paying taxes, trading across borders, enforcing contracts, resolving insolvency and labor market regulation.