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EL GOLF 40, FLOOR 6, LAS CONDES, SANTIAGO DE CHILE 7550107, CHILE
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Work +562 2441 6300
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Fax +562 2441 6398
Web:
www.reymondycia.cl

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 & Cía. Reymond & Cia has vast experience advising both local and foreign companies on litigation, trials, arbitrations, mediations and dispute resolution matters.

Particularly, Reymond & Cia is considered a ‘boutique’ law firm in the field of disputes resolution in areas related to infrastructure, construction, public works and mining concessions, in both public and private areas.

Reymond & Cia lawyers included in the list, have had a renowned participation in both national and international arbitrations, related to infrastructure works, such as public works granted in concession, sanitary concessions, projects of penitentiary infrastructure, energy, airport, and highways, desalination plants and mining projects.

Likewise, Reymond & Cia has defended and/or represented before Chilean courts, interests of clients who have constructed public infrastructure for the state of Chile, such as football stadiums, tunnels, hospitals, roads and bridges.

Reymond & Cia lawyers are renowned because of their ample technical knowledge in construction matters, which facilitates the interaction with clients when representing and/or defending their interests.

Its public law practice includes advising on matters of public contracts, specifically in the constructions of public work and public work concessions. This practice focuses on counseling clients in their relations with the state of Chile, from the pacification, implementation and until its extinction, taking part in the negotiation and interfering in the claims of their interests.

Finally, its members are public law specialists, who have written columns and dictated courses and conferences and have postgraduate studies in the area of constitutional law and administrative law.

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Other fee-earners: 4

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