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Moreno Baldivieso Estudio De Abogados

CALLE SANCHEZ BUSTAMANTE NO. 977, TORRE PACIFICO, PISO 8, BOLIVIA
Tel:
Work +591 2 244 1600
Fax:
Fax +591 2 244 1550
Email:
Web:
www.emba.com.bo

Founded in 1931, Moreno Baldivieso developed into a leading full-fledged corporate and commercial law firm in Bolivia. With offices in four of the nine most important cities in the country, the firm caters to domestic and foreign clients in most areas of law.

With a highly specialized team of 44 lawyers throughout the country, the firm serves as local counsel to the most important multinational corporations and international organizations such as the World Bank, International Development Fund (IDB), International Finance Corporation (IFC), United States Embassy and others.

Moreno Baldivieso is an internationally orientated law firm. Some of the firm's members are admitted to practice law in more than one jurisdiction (Spain and Argentina) and most have obtained post-graduate education from some of the most prestigious universities in the world: Harvard Law School (US), Oxford University (UK), New York University (US), Sloan School of Management MIT (US), Yale School of Management (US), Instituto de Empresa IE (Spain), Universidad de Comillas ICADE (Spain), Universidad de Salamanca (Spain) and Universit? Panth?on - Assas Paris II (France), to name a few.

Almost 80% of the firm's portfolio is made up of international clients, and members of the team are fluent in Spanish, English, French, German, Portuguese and Mandarin.

Main areas of practice

Corporate/commercial; tax; oil and gas; telecommunications; arbitration (domestic and international); intellectual property; mining; antitrust; banking; finance; insurance; labor; real estate and administrative.

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  • Associates: 35

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