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With its roots in one of the country's most traditional and long-established law firms, founded in 1875 as Aldunate & Associates Attorneys, later to be known as Reymond & Fleischmann Attorneys, this firm was divided and two of its partners decided to pursue a professional venture together with most of the team, thus creating Fleischmann & Le?n Attorneys.

Its name, Fleischmann & Le?n Attorneys, represents its current partners. In line with its own history, the firm's main goal is to provide an excellent service to its clients, thus positioning itself as a boutique law firm within the legal market, specialized in construction, infrastructure, public works concessions, litigation, arbitration and dispute resolution. Likewise, they provide advice on corporate matters and on telecommunication and real estate projects, as well as consultancy in labor matters.

Fleischmann & Le?n Attorneys is committed to providing a comprehensive and personalized service to both local and foreign individuals and companies. Its main mission is to help its clients take the best business and personal decisions, providing timely counsel and adequate solutions to their problems, while keeping a global perspective on each of its client's needs.

Fleischmann & Le?n Attorneys keeps its professional practice and quality, fostering and promoting continuous improvement, with outstanding professionals and a long-standing and renowned career in high-complexity cases of national relevance, both within the public and private spheres.

With this in mind, Fleischmann & Le?n Attorneys is very confident in its essence, always striving to strengthen its practice, which stands out for the specialization and depth of its areas of expertise.

Areas of practice

Arbitrations, litigations and mediations: Fleischmann & Le?n is a recognized expert in all aspects related to this specialty. Led by Hern?n Fleischmann Chadwick, Juan Ignacio Le?n Lira and Hern?n Fleischmann Echenique, the firm has a long record advising local and foreign clients in areas such as arbitrations, litigations, mediations and dispute settlements, considering subjects such as free competition, industrial property, civil and commercial law, tax, infrastructure, construction, concessions of public works, telecommunications, energy and natural resources.

Infrastructure, construction and projects: Fleischmann & Le?n has broad experience in this area of practice in Chile. Through the years, local and international corporations have relied on the firm for advice on all subjects and fields related to this area. Hern?n Fleischmann Chadwick and Juan Ignacio Le?n Lira lead a highly specialized team positioned in construction, real estate, private and public infrastructure, arbitrations, litigations and mediations on those areas.

Corporate and real estate: led by Juan Ignacio Le?n Lira and Juan Pablo Urenda, the firm serves local and international corporations in areas such as tax, commercial law, projects areas, negotiation and drafting of all kinds of contracts and advice on urban and rural real estate transactions, advice on real estate planning, construction and administration agreements, advice on real estate development, land parceling, condominium formation and land allotment, real estate funds and structuring of collateral security.

Labor: Fleischmann & Le?n provides legal advice to large local and international corporations in all aspects related to the field of labor law - mainly in restructuring and reorganization, lawsuits and labor disputes, collective bargaining and union level, and tax, giving effective and timely solution to the needs of its clients.

  • Partners:
  • 2
  • Other fee-earners:: 11
  • Total staff:: 20

Above material supplied by Fleischmann & León Abogados.

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