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Dispute resolution
Dispute resolution - ranked: tier 4

Reymond & Cía

Advising both local and foreign companies, Reymond & Cía stands out for complex litigation and arbitration disputes involving infrastructure, construction, public works and mining concessions. The firm has significantly strengthened its contentious capabilities with the hire of two partners over the course of the last year. Recognised litigators and practice co-heads Alfonso Reymond Larraín and Rodrigo Riquelme Yáñez can now draw on the additional specialist contentious construction expertise of Camilo Silva Correa and César Andrés Pérez, who joined the firm from engineering company Salfacorp in 2017 and 2018 respectively. Recent matters include representing Autopista Vespucio Oriente in an $8.5m demand against the Chilean state; Hospital Regional de Talca in a $47m case against the national Servicio de Salud; and Besalco in a $21m suit against Grupo Penta regarding the construction of a real estate project. The firm has also substantially increased its cohort of associates with five new hires, Ignacio Vargas Roco foremost among them for contentious matters.

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Projects and infrastructure
Projects and infrastructure - ranked: tier 4

Reymond & Cía

The practice group at Reymond & Cía handles all aspects of infrastructure projects, construction and public work concessions, as well as project-related arbitration, litigation and mediation. Typical market segments include penitentiaries, energy, airport, highways, desalination plants and mining. Alfonso Reymond Larraín, Rodrigo Riquelme Yáñez and Camilo Silva Correa are highly rated.

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Alfonso Reymond Larraín - Reymond & Cía

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Public law
Public law - ranked: tier 3

Reymond & Cía

Reymond & Cía is experienced in the public law issues surrounding infrastructure and construction projects, public works and mining concessions, including contentious matters and international public law. Alfonso Reymond Larraín, Rodrigo Riquelme Yáñez and Camilo Silva Correa are highly rated.

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