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Corporate and M&A
Corporate and M&A - ranked: tier 5

Marinovic & Asociados

Marinovic & Asociados 'gets to know its clients' business'. The firm is particularly focused on corporate and real estate law, natural resources, projects and sports law. Active clients include Grupo Magal, Rubis Energie, Fynpal and Easy Taxi; and recent matters include assisting Grupo Moncuri with real estate and energy projects, including the development of a solar plant. Martín Vilajuana de la Cuadra, who 'provides a great service', and Alberto Polette Zaldívar are the key names; associate Tomás Polette Zaldívar was hired from CMS Carey & Allende.

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Dispute resolution
Dispute resolution - ranked: tier 5

Marinovic & Asociados

Marinovic & Asociados has 'easy-to-engage-with multilingual partners and staff'; the practice assists with complex civil and commercial litigation,  shareholder disputes, insolvency, environment and construction-related claims, and tax matters. Iván Marinovic Pacey heads the group; Nicolás Marinovic Vial and Javier González Echávarri  are also key contacts. Clients include Grupo La Polar, Rubis Energie and Cabify Chile.

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Real estate
Real estate - ranked: tier 4

Marinovic & Asociados

Marinovic & Asociados is 'always up to date with any changes in law or procedures, and its analytical abilities are strong; the firm's lawyers are also hardworking and very honest'. The practice covers acquisitions, sales, property financing, real estate litigation, urban planning and development, among other specializations; it recently assisted Boetsch Group with development-related property acquisitions. Juan Carlos Méndez Montero 'always answers clients' calls and messages no matter the time of day'.

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