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Skilled and experienced Deloitte Legal* professionals work together with other Deloitte professionals in tax, consulting, risk- and financial advisory to guide their clients through a project in a coordinated way around the world. Deloitte Legal, present in over 84 countries, is able to provide holistic guidance around strategic business decisions as well as offer support services that can increase efficiency and reduce the cost of some routine legal activities. As part of the global Deloitte professional services network, Deloitte Legal helps you in delivering multinational legal solutions that are Consistent, Technology-enabled, Tailored, and Sensitized.

With 18 legal professionals in Guatemala, Deloitte Legal* offers competent yet pragmatic advice in many fields of national and international business law. Our professionals provide tailored solutions for demanding projects and complex domestic and international transactions. And we offer even more: Multidisciplinary advice incorporating tax, consulting, risk- and financial advisory.

Whether family-owned smaller and medium-sized companies, listed stock corporations or international groups of companies—with our service lines Commercial, Corporate/M&A, Employment Law & Benefits, and Legal Management Consulting, Environment, Intellectual Property, Real State, Criminal Tax Law, Anti-money Laundry; we cover those fields of business law that are important for our clients.

Collecting and combining multidisciplinary expertise in our industry groups Financial Services, Energy, Resources and Industrials, Consumer, TMT, and LSHC enables us to render interdisciplinary advice which anticipates industry- or sector-specific trends and developments. And thereby help our clients to face the challenges of an ever-changing regulatory and economic environment.

We understand legal advice not as an isolated component, but as a contribution to a comprehensive solution of the issues that our clients face. Working together with our Deloitte colleagues we can help our clients in taking informed decisions in the context of legal as well as other business considerations.

Areas of practice

Commercial Law solutions

Companies are facing an increasing number of business challenges globally including more rigorous regulations and enforcement by local authorities in the countries where they operate. As experienced advisers with a practical focus Deloitte Legal* can help clients meet these challenges and develop commercial solutions. Our experience and expertise allow us to provide businesses facing complex legal regulations and challenges with personalized, tailor-made services. Services included but not limited to are:

  • Commercial Advisory
  • IP for BEPS: Transfer Pricing of Intangibles
  • Data Protection
  • Commercial Contracts
  • Transfer Pricing Documentation
  • Dispute Resolution (including tax litigation)

Corporate and Mergers & Acquisitions solutions

Deloitte Legal* provides a full range of corporate law services from complex advisory services related to major business life events (including advising in restructuring and mergers and acquisitions processes) through to general secretarial services. Services, included but not limited to are:

  • M&A Transactions
  • Integrated Due Diligence
  • Corporate Law, Corporate Governance
  • Corporate Reorganizations
  • Shareholders Agreement & Joint Ventures
  • Post-Merger Integration
  • Legal & Tax services to startups

Employment Law & Benefits solutions

Turbulent economic times require companies to be agile and flexible in their staffing to remain competitive. Complex polices, frequent legislative changes and global operations make managing employee relations and compliance with employment law challenging for businesses. Deloitte Legal* provides businesses with the advice they need to make informed decisions and comply with a multitude of regulatory and procedural requirements. Services included but not limited to are:

  • Compensation & Benefits
  • Individual Employment Law
  • International Employment Remodeling
  • Human Cloud
  • Legal Mobility Services (Migratory Services and Work Permit)
  • Social Security

Legal Management Consulting (LMC):

It is a new approach and a new discipline, developed by lawyers in corporation with other relevant experts. With this collection of models, frameworks, and systems, Deloitte Legal* helps in-house lawyers run their departments more efficiently and meet the needs of their business more comprehensively. Services included but not limited are:

  • Legal Department Strategy & Operations Consulting
  • Legal Technology Consulting
  • Multinational Corporate Entity Management
  • Multinational Business Integrity and Legal Risk Management

 

* "Deloitte Legal" means the legal practices of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited member firm affiliates that provide legal services. For legal and regulatory reasons, not all member firms provide legal services.

 

 

 

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