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Lexincorp

SAN PEDRO, BARRIO LOS YOSES, AVE 10, CALLE 37, SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA
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Work +506 2283 3070
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Fax +506 2283 3234
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www.lexincorp.com

A leading Central American law firm with six offices located in the major cities throughout the region, Lexincorp specializes in providing legal advice to its domestic and international clientele. The firm’s regional practice has evolved to integrate processes, services, knowledge, business, values and solutions to provide the highest quality results, operating as a single, fully integrated Central American firm, rather than separate firms with international networking.

Although each of the firm’s six offices serves its jurisdiction, Lexincorp’s integration offers all of its clients, in any country, the ability to access all the resources of the regional offices and lawyers to the extent their matters require. The firm’s clients include domestic and multinational corporations and international financial institutions.

With over 50 lawyers spread across the Central American region, Lexincorp offers high levels of excellence and expertise in all of its practices and specialties, which has awarded the firm with rankings as a leading and recommended firm by Chambers & Partners, IFLR 1000 and Latin Lawyer.

Main areas of practice

Corporate, mergers and acquisitions: due diligence of all towers located in El Salvador purchased by Peppertree Capital Management Inc. Led the merger of Matallana SA and Laboramos SA, consolidating the operation in Guatemala of these subsidiaries of Colombia’s leading company in the paper industry, and was involved in Dispapeles SA’s assistance to SunEdison in the acquisition of two solar energy projects in Honduras – these projects were the first renewable solar energy plants in the country.

Financial and banking: counseled Balboa Bank and Trust on securing a loan for US$1.5m as working capital of the Entre Rios energy company in Guatemala. Legal counsel for Banco Industrial and Westrust Bank (International) Limited on the structuring of a loan for the construction of a mall in Costa Rica. Assistance for Banco General in Costa Rica on the structuring of a loan for the opening of a new department store of the Central American trademark SIMAN.

Intellectual property: negotiations between Millicom International Cellular SA and Telemovil El Salvador, for the registration of well-known trademark TIGO and its different variations in El Salvador. Legal managers of the trademark portfolio of Samsung Gear Blink and its official advisors in El Salvador. Samsung, according to Forbes, is in the top ten most famous trademarks in the world.

Real estate and property: legal counsel for Grupo Apolo on a real estate project of apartments in Guatemala. Assistance of a local client in Costa Rica on the purchase of 104 properties of plantations (teak trees) from another Costa Rican corporation. Lexincorp served as the firm in charge of performing the corresponding public deed to be submitted before the National Registry for the registration of the properties under the name of the client.

Tax: Lexincorp Honduras obtained a first instance court ruling in which the closure of duty free stores by the executive director of revenue was declared illegal. This statement allowed the client to claim damages in the order. It was the only contributor to get a favorable judgment.

Arbitration: Lexincorp El Salvador represented a client in an executive judgment derived from an assignment of receivables, in which the judge resolved in favor of the counterparty. This decision was appealed and the judge resolved in favor of the client. Representation of Intermoda El Salvador in an administrative litigation lawsuit against the National Registration Center for refusing the registration of the trademark Pepe Jeans P. Representation of L’oreal Guatemala in El Salvador, in an administrative litigation lawsuit against the General Directorate of Customs, which did not recognize certificates of origin in importing goods from the client and imposed fines of 300%.

Partners: 11

Other fee-earners: 55

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