Garrigues > Bogota, Colombia > Firm Profile


Colombia > Competition and antitrust Tier 1

According to sources, lawyers at Garriguesknow the needs of clients and their business’. With strength in all key pillars of competition and antitrust law, the group represents clients in investigations and administrative procedures initiated by the SIC, as well as in judicial unfair competition law proceedings. On the transactional side, the team is well versed in merger control cases spanning all key industries, with a recent strong showing in the transport segment. José Miguel De La Calle spearheads the department and is currently representing Viva Air on the antitrust investigation against Viva and Avianca for alleged gun jumping. Following the departure of principal associate Alejandro Acevedo in March 2023, senior associate Anamaría Rico – who has some 10 years’ experience in antitrust and unfair competition matters – leads the second line. Fellow senior Adolfo Enrique Gómez is currently on study leave. The team also replaced associate Natalia Amado Pérez, who left the firm in April 2022, with the hire of Daniel Fajardo Mendoza (technology/competition and personal data) from Baker McKenzie S.A.S. the same month.  

Practice head(s):

José Miguel De la Calle


The team’s way of dealing with the hours, issues and values is clear in relation to billing. The team combines its advice well with other practice areas in matters that require this interdisciplinary input. Lawyers know the needs of clients and their business.

We recommend José Miguel De La Calle for his knowledge in the sector, prestige, and understanding of business and client needs.

The team demonstrates comprehensive knowledge in the structuring of transactions that involve business integrations in Colombia.

We highlight lawyers for their effectiveness in solving the concerns that arise during the planning of a transaction.

Key clients


Fast Colombia

Irelandia Aviation

Rappi Colombia

British American Tobacco


FCC Aqualia

Andean Tower Partners

Sociedad Puerto Bahía


Credicorp Ltda


China Gezhouba Group Company




Falabella de Colombia

Solovive – Kredicity


Work highlights

  • Advised Fast Colombia (Viva) on the antitrust investigation into alleged gun jumping in the merger transaction with Avianca.
  • Advised Sociedad Puerto Bahía and Gasco on merger-control proceedings.
  • Advised Irelandia Aviation, as a shareholder in Viva Latinamerica and Viva Air Procurement, on the sale of Viva Latinamerica and Viva Air Procurement to the shareholders of Avianca.

Colombia > Banking and finance Tier 2

The broad group at Garrigues combines strong skill sets across a range of banking and finance, capital markets, fintech and project finance matters, with extensive expertise in the regulatory space. Most notably, Roberto Borrás is widely considered a pioneer in the terms of the latter sphere, bringing to bear hands-on experience gained during stints as president of the Colombian securities market self-regulatory body and as Chief Financial Superintendent of Colombia, among other high-profile roles. Borrás recently advised global neobank, Nubank, on the creation of a financial institution in Colombia. On the transactional front, project finance specialist Francisco Noguera is a key contact; he recently advised JP Morgan Chase Bank on a $292m financing granted to Colombian state-owned bank, Bancoldex, in order to support micro and small companies in the country. A strong senior associate bench includes recent hires Mónica Rodríguez G (who arrived in February 2022 from Incofin Investment Management), and Lissa Parra Alarcón (who joined in July 2022 from the Colombian stock exchange); and Nicolás Angulo, who -noted for infrastructure financings- is currently a foreign associate with Mattos Filho in Sao Paulo (since March 2023). Former senior Paula Ospina Correa moved in house at Bancolombia in July 2023.

Practice head(s):

Roberto Borrás; Francisco Noguera


The team is characterised by being extremely diligent and willing to advise its clients. It is a team of international stature that knows its practice areas and the applicable regulations well.

Particularly, the associates Lissa Parra Alarcón and Paula Ospina Correa stand out as they have extensive experience in the financial sector and the constitution of financial entities. They are highly qualified professionals who stand out for their disposition when offering advice to clients.

Garrigues is a law firm with which we are pleased to work. Its attention to detail and closeness during consultancy gives us confidence and solidity in what we are doing. For me, the quality of its service, its closeness to the client, and its work ethic sets it apart from other firms.

The lawyers in this firm are always very friendly, close, diligent. They are our number 1 allies in different markets. In Colombia, Francisco Noguera and associate Nicolás Angulo are wonderful.

Roberto Borrás has extensive experience in financial regulation and knows very well how financial institutions and the relevant authorities work. His service is impeccable and he is always willing to help in a timely manner in whatever is required.

Key clients

World Bank

Nu Bank




JP Morgan Chase Bank

Empresa Metro de Bogotá and Financiera de Desarrollo Nacional

Global Infrastructure Partners

Fondo de Deuda Senior para Infraestructura en Colombia CAF-AM Ashmore I

Banco Davivienda, Banco de Occidente and Banco de Bogotá

Work highlights

  • Advised JP Morgan Chase Bank on a $292m financing granted to Colombia’s government-held financial entity, Bancoldex.
  • Advised Financiera de Desarrollo Nacional and Empresa Metro de Bogotá on a $1.5bn financing from international multilateral lenders for the development of Metro de Bogotá’s second line.
  • Advised prominent neobank, Nubank, on the regulatory procedures for the creation of a financial institution in Colombia.

Colombia > Capital markets Tier 2

Garrigues has a prominent reputation for its advice to government agencies, including multilateral organisations, on capital markets issues. In a recent example of its strength in this sphere, regulatory specialist and group head Roberto Borrás advised Fiduciaria Bogotá on the structuring of an exchange-traded fund (ETF) in collaboration with the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. In July 2022, the group was boosted by the hire of senior associate Lissa Parra Alarcón, who joined from the Colombian Stock Exchange and has extensive experience in advising on the registration and issuance of shares, bonds, ETFs and investment funds units. Principal associate Paula Ospina Correa is also noted for her broad regulatory expertise.

Practice head(s):

Roberto Borrás


Garrigues’ team is characterised by its collaboration and technical knowledge, which distinguishes it from other firms.

The lawyers who stand out in the firm are Roberto Borrás, Paula Ospina Correa and Lissa Parra Alarcón.

The Garrigues team has extensive experience and specialised knowledge in the area of capital markets and financial and stock market law. It has in-depth knowledge of the legal, regulatory and financial aspects related to capital markets, which allows it to provide solid and quality advice to its clients.

The Garrigues Colombia team is a professional  group that works together, is competent and has extensive experience and knowledge of the Colombian stock market.

Roberto Borrás makes the difference: he is the leader of the group, a great human being, an expert professional in these matters, and knows the law in depth.

Garrigues’ legal team adopts a comprehensive approach when dealing with capital markets matters. They not only focus on the legal aspects, but also understand the commercial and financial aspects in which their clients operate. This global understanding allows them to provide solutions tailored to the specific needs of each client.

For our company, the legal support of Garrigues has been fundamental in achieving the proposed objectives and goals. We recognise the excellence of Garrigues lawyers in the legal field. They have a solid legal background and stay up to date on the latest developments and trends in the law.

The team’s dedication and professionalism allows it to provide high-quality legal advice. It is important to highlight Roberto Borrás and associate Lissa Parra Alarcón in this regard. These qualities, combined with Garrigues’ reputation and prestige in the legal market, make the firm’s lawyers stand out.

Key clients

Fiduciaria Bogotá

Interamerican Development Bank (IDB) Invest


BBVA Colombia

World Bank


Banco Falabella

Grupo Hencorp (Titularice)

Fondo Nacional de Garantias

Inverti Sociedad de Financiación Colaborativa

Work highlights

  • Advised Fiduciaria Bogotá on the structuring of an exchange-traded fund (ETF) called ID-ETF, in collaboration with the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
  • Advised IDB Invest on the first securities issuance in the Colombian stock market using blockchain infrastructure.
  • Advised Mi Banco on the structuring of its first issuance of social and gender bonds in the Colombian second market, totalling $30m.

Colombia > Corporate and M&A Tier 2

The Bogotá-based corporate team at international firm Garrigues’ scores highly with sources for its ‘ability to understand the profile and expectations of a large foreign client’. An increasingly prominent player in multi-jurisdictional transactions, the group’s recent work spans deals in the USA, Spain, Mexico, Germany, Brazil, Australia and the Netherlands, among others. Department co-head Ignacio Londoño has over 25 years of experience in corporate transactions and recently paired up with the competition practice to advise Viva Latinamerica shareholders, Viva Air Investments and Pangaea Three Acquisition Holdings I, on the sale of the company to Avianca Group International, a UK-based holding of Colombia-based airline Avianca. Fellow group co-head Andrés Ordóñez has a strong cross-border element to his practice, with a focus on advising strategic investors and private equity funds; he acted in conjunction with the banking and finance team to advise Prosus and PayU on its acquisition of Tecnipagos, a Colombian payment getaway company. Principal Associate Cristina Copete  (‘careful to give precise answers’) is also recommended. In April 2023, the group received a significant boost to its restructuring and insolvency offering with the return of Guillermo León Ramírez as a counsel after five years at the Superintendencia de Sociedades’ insolvency unit. Associate Mateo Gómez Mazuera left to join Banco Itaú in March 2022.

Practice head(s):

Ignacio Londoño; Andrés Ordóñez


I think the team stands out for its ability to understand the profile and expectations of a large foreign client like us. Particularly in regards to response times, precision in legal analysis, knowing how to differentiate commercial from legal points, risk mitigation and legal diligence, among others.

Andrés Ordóñez and associate Cristina Copete are very good lawyers. The transaction in which we worked together presented particular complexities given the situation of the target and they were always prompt in their responses but, at the same time, careful to give precise answers.

Key clients

Viva Air Investments and Pangaea Three Acquisition Holdings I

PayU Global


FCC Aqualia

Doble Calzada Oriente

Castro Tcherassi

Constructora Conconcreto


Andean Telecom Partners



Comsa Corporación


Patria Investments

Macquarie Capital




Clínica Medellín

Galileo Quattro

Baring Private Equity Asia

Skandia Colombia (Old Mutual)

Titularice S.A. Sociedad Titularizadora de Activos No Hipotecarios

Cubico Sustainable Investments


Universidad Tecnológica de Pereira (UTP)

Inchcape Group

Consorcio Express

Mercado Pago


Work highlights

  • Advising Viva Latinamerica shareholders, Viva Air Investments and Pangaea Three Acquisition Holdings I, on the sale of the company to Avianca Group International, a UK-based holding of Colombia-based airline Avianca.
  • Advising Prosus and PayU on its acquisition of Tecnipagos, a Colombian payment getaway company, via PayU (another payments getaway it already owns).
  • Advising FCC Aqualia on the acquisition of Saur Colombia from French multinational Saur, including six concessions for water production and distribution.

Colombia > Projects Tier 2

Garrigues is distinguished by its ‘great ability to react to requests or changes in strategy in the development of the project’, according to some. Combining specialists in project finance, M&A, public law, public procurement and regulatory law, the projects group is an increasingly prominent player in the infrastructure sphere in Colombia, with its recent experience encompassing roads, airports, rail, healthcare, and ports, among other market segments. Public contracts and infrastructure expert Adriana Espinosa co-heads the practice together with up-and-coming project finance partner Francisco Noguera. The department also includes Iván Fierro (‘strong knowledge of the infrastructure sector’), who was promoted to counsel in January 2023, and senior associate Juan Ospina (‘excellent experience in concession contracts’).

Practice head(s):

Adriana Espinosa; Francisco Noguera


A great ability to react to requests or changes in strategy in the development of the project.

Counsel Ivan Fierro demonstrates strong knowledge of the infrastructure sector and good client management. Senior associate Juan Ospina possesses good client management skills and excellent experience in concession contracts.

A coordinated and prepared team, with lots of experience.

The Garrigues infrastructure team is judicious and competent. They have excellent direction and leadership. All very competent and with excellent knowledge.

I’d highlight their professionalism and knowledge, and their conciliatory and pro-negotiation attitude so as to best carry out their role as assesors to their clients. They listen carefull so as to be able to advise in a better way, without trying to impose their reason or show off their knowledge. Adriana Espinoza is the best and her team is super competent.’

Key clients

Financiera de Desarrollo Nacional

JPMorgan Chase

Santander México

Obrascón Huarte Lain, sucursal Colombia

Fondo de Capital Privado Deuda Infraestructura Colombia (Gestor Profesional BlackRock Infrastructure Management I)

Cámara de Comercio de Bogotá, Corporación de Ferias y Exposiciones – Corferias and Secretaría Distrital de Desarrollo Económico


Banco de Bogotá


Banco de Occidente

Universidad Tecnológica de Pereira

Terminal de Transporte

Global Infrastructure Partners

Fondo de Deuda Senior para Infraestructura en Colombia CAF-AM Ashmore I

Grupo Icein

Incot SAC

Mota Engil

Concesionaria Alternativas Viales

Work highlights

  • Advised JPMorgan Chase Bank and Banco Santander México, as lenders, on two USD financings that were granted to Auna Colombia and Auna Mexico for the acquisition of hospital infrastructure in Colombia and Mexico.
  • Advised Global Infrastructure Partners, as mezzanine lender, on a $110m financing that was granted to Puerto Antioquia Holding, as one of the shareholders of Puerto Antioquia port in Urabá.
  • Acted for the lenders (Ashmore, BlackRock and FDN) in an approximately $176m refinancing for Concesión Transversal del Sisga, as concessionaire of the 4G toll-road project “Corredor Transversal del Sisga”.

Colombia > Public law Tier 2

The public law team at Garrigues secures praise for its ‘professionalism, respect, and personalised attention’. The thriving practice added six new clients during 2022/23, including Draeger Colombia and CapitalBus, and acts on a wide scope of public procurement, projects, and contentious matters. Highlighted as a ‘lawyer like no other’, department co-head Adriana Espinosa possesses extensive experience in infrastructure projects, tender processes and sanction proceedings. Fellow co-head José Miguel De La Calle is recommended for his litigation expertise and notably serves as an associate judge on the Constitutional Court. The team also includes counsel Iván Fierro; principal associate Melissa Castro; and senior associates Camilo González and Juan Ospina.

Practice head(s):

José Miguel De La Calle; Adriana Espinosa


The team is willing to respond at any time. Lawyers are always up-to-date on current issues and pay due attention to representing the company.

We highlight Adriana Espinosa, who is a warm and brilliant person, a lawyer like no other.

We recommend the group for its knowledge in contractual management and applicable legislation in PPPs and infrastructure projects. The team stands out due to its customer service, with two good-level partners, knowledge of specific issues and excellent management with counterparties.

Adriana Espinosa and counsel Iván Fierro are knowledgeable about contractual management and customer relations.

The firm has specialised high-level teams, with a focus on providing alternatives for case resolution contemplating short-medium and long-term implications.

We highlight lawyers for their disposition and agility in customer service and the level of expertise of each lawyer in their field.

​‘The team’s main qualities are professionalism, respect, and personalised attention.

Key clients

Financiera de Desarrollo Nacional (FDN)

Obrascón Huarte Laín, sucursal Colombia

Draeger Colombia

JA Solar

Matrix Giros y Servicios

Instituto de Desarrollo Urbano

Emasivo 10 and Emasivo 16

Editorial Santillana

Asociación Bancaria y de Entidades Financieras de Colombia

Sociedad Portuaria Río Grande

Organismo Nacional de Acreditación de Colombia (ONAC)

Agencia Nacional de Minería

Concesionaria Ruta al Sur

Doble Calzada Oriente

DirecTV Colombia


Work highlights

  • Advised FDN on structuring the legal framework for the bidding process for the construction of Metro de Bogota’s second line.
  • Advised OHLA and Grupo Ethuss on the public tender process held by ANI for the construction, operation, and maintenance of the Accesos Norte II toll-road project.
  • Advised OHLA and Grupo Ethuss on the public tender processes held by ANI for the construction, operation and maintenance of the 5G toll roads Troncales del Magdalena I and II.

Dispute resolution > Litigation Tier 3

Spain-headquartered Garrigues houses a robust dispute resolution group in Bogotá, which is frequently engaged to represent domestic and multinational companies in local and cross-border litigation. The one-partner team is particularly active in disputes concerning heavily regulated industries, such as construction, energy, real estate and healthcare, but it is equipped to handle contentious work across all business sectors. Dual-qualified in New York and Colombia, group head Alberto Acevedo is well-positioned to advise on judicial and arbitral proceedings with an international dimension. The department welcomed two new senior associates in 2022: María Carolina Sarmiento joined in May from a Brazilian international arbitration boutique, while Lina Marcela Moreno arrived in September from the legal department of the Council of State of Colombia. Senior associate Ángela María Rueda left to join Frontera Energy in September 2022, while associate Daniel Quintero left in August 2022 to study abroad.

Practice head(s):

Alberto Acevedo

Colombia > Tax Tier 3

The ‘highly reactive and capable’ tax practice at Garrigues is well weighted between advisory, transactional, and contentious work, while it is particularly active in the financial services, energy, private security and auto distribution sectors. Camilo Zarama spearheads both the tax litigation group and the wider department; he possesses significant experience in M&A transactions and corporate tax matters. In February 2023, the group was strengthened at top-level with the hire of Mónica Bolaños from Deloitte Asesores y Consultores, where she was formerly lead M&A and international tax partner for Colombia and the Andean Region. Senior associate Andrea Méndez  is also recommended. Experienced of counsel Laura Galeano departed in January 2023. Senior associate Oscar Munevar left for KPMG in Colombia in September 2022.

Practice head(s):

Camilo Zarama


The team is highly reactive and capable, with a true understanding of the client’s needs. Communication and interaction with the team is also very smooth.

The Garrigues Colombia tax team is highly trained and up-to-date with the latest developments in tax law. Its attention to detail in response and analysis of the case, and its availability, allows for a quick and clear assessment of each matter, as well as being able to identify the risks for our company.

Senior associate Andrea Méndez stands out for her expertise in the tax structuring of complex transactions, as well as for her dedication in the various matters we have worked on together.

Garrigues is unique. Strengths and abilities of the team are: it always gives added value to any consultancy, it is characterised by innovating with strategies to solve the situations raised. It also provides personalised treatment; it generates trust and outperform sother firms favourably.

Lawyers are always up-to-date, they have extensive experience, they innovate alternatives to solve any situation, and they are also kind.

Key clients








Puerto Bahia

Massy Motors

Winner Group

Messer Colombia

Eiffage Marine



Rohatyn Group

Work highlights

  • Advised FCC Aqualia on the tax aspects of the acquisition of Saur Colombia.
  • Advised Nubank on the process of becoming a financial institution in Colombia, from a tax perspective.
  • Advised Solarpack on the application of Law 1715, which deals with tax benefits applicable to power generation projects from unconventional sources.

Colombia > Labour and employment Tier 4

Garrigues continues to make inroads into the labour and employment market following the May 2022 hire of labour and employment expert, and new department head, Carolina Camacho Solana from Posse Herrera Ruiz. The group added 16 new clients during 2022/23 — including Pernod Ricard and Syngenta — and has established a robust record in collective bargaining, restructuring matters, litigation proceedings, and compliance issues. The team has also been reinforced at associate level with the hires of principal Andres Felipe Paz, who joined in May 2022 and was formerly a freelance advisor; along with senior Manuel Parra, and associates Jairo Jaller and Daniela Duque, all three also being mid-2022 hires from Posse Herrera Ruiz.

Practice head(s):

Carolina Camacho Solana


We value the team for the advice and technical expertise of Carolina Camacho Solana.

Garrigues in labour for Colombia has worked marvelously for us, they are accurate, fast, very constant with the support according to the challenges that we have presented. There are very good labour teams in Colombia but I consider this to be exceptional. There are men and women equally in the team which indicates good diversity and effectiveness in the tasks they do for us.

Carolina Camacho and Andrés Paz have been an essential support for us and our operation, both are very clear, very technical and very friendly.’

Key clients



Wellbore Integrity Solutions Colombia

TCS Solution Center Sucursal Colombia

Lucta Grancolombiana

Asurion Colombia

Ascensores Schindler

Knight Pharmaceuticals / Biotoscana

Ilunion Lavandería de Colombia

SAR Energy

GMS Management Solutions Colombia


Andean Tower Partners



Champion X / Apergy (Colombia branch)

Pernod Ricard


Work highlights

  • Advising Syngenta on day-to-day labour relations matters, including individual and collective labour advisory, social security issues and legal representation before administrative authorities.
  • Advising Wellbore Integrity Solutions on the day-to-day management of labour relations with its workers and its unionised workers enrolled to the Unión Sindical Obrera de la Industria del Petróleo (USO).
  • Advising Lucta Grancolombiana on day-to-day labour relations matters.

Colombia > Real estate Tier 4

Garrigues’ real estate team is characterised by its ‘strong professionalism, commitment and seriousness’, according to sources. The group strikes a balance between planning and transactional work, with extensive experience in land acquisition and management - particularly in the infrastructure sphere. Principal associate Melissa Castro heads the department and maintains a broad practice spanning administrative law, dispute resolution, and real estate. Senior associate Carolina Pérez Forero stands out for her ‘commitment and quality’.

Practice head(s):

Melissa Castro


The Garrigues team is characterised by its strong professionalism, commitment and seriousness. I can say without a doubt that it is the best legal attention we have received in Bogotá.

The commitment and quality of the legal work of Carolina Pérez Forero is noteworthy.

Garrigues stands out for its great human quality, receptiveness to observations, capacity for continuous improvement, and ability to listen and meet the needs of customers.

We recommend lawyers for their warmth, professionalism, clarity, and adaptability.

Key clients

Skandia Fiduciaria



Andean Tower Partners

Winner Group




CCLA Group


Hermanas Reparadoras


Higher Education

Universal Stream


Parques y Funerarias




Agroindustrias Villa Claudia

Agroindustria Palmar del Río

Agroforestal Porvenir


Fundación Comultrasan

Work highlights

  • Advising Caja de Compensación Familiar (Cafam) on the structuring and implementation of a partial development plan for several activities with favourable urban building conditions that will allow it to develop new projects.
  • Advising Cooserpark on urban planning and construction permitting matters connected to its request to build an eco-friendly forest cemetery.
  • Advising Emasivo on a property title and urban regulation review of three properties.

The Bogota office comprises a solid team of multidisciplinary, highly trained, Colombian lawyers. As well as boasting a wealth of experience in the local market, many of these professionals have worked at major law firms in other jurisdictions, such as Madrid, New York and London.

Over the last few years, Garrigues’ immediate positioning as one of the leading firms in Colombia has been clear, having advised on some of the highest level projects and matters, and acting as legal counsel to top-tier international and domestic clients, who are industry leaders in Latin America.

Garrigues’ team in Bogota now comprises 45 professionals, with highly respected lawyers in the Colombian legal services market and with extensive experience in the area of international investment.

The firm has five offices in Latin America: Lima, Bogota, Mexico City, Santiago de Chile and Sao Paulo. Garrigues has the largest network of own offices in the region, among the major European law firms. It also has its own offices in Spain (in 20 cities), Belgium, China (Beijing and Shanghai), Portugal, Poland, Morocco, the United Kingdom and the United States.

Senior contacts
Jose Miguel De la Calle (partner): Jose is a senior partner and experienced lawyer with a solid background in industry and government entities, including Legal Vice President of the National Bank of Commerce and Superintendent of Industry and Trade. His practice focuses on corporate law, financial and economic law, administrative law and competition law. Graduated from School of Jurisprudence at Colegio Mayor del Rosario in 1991 and has a Master’s in Law (LL.M) with honors from Harvard University.

Ignacio Londono (partner): master of law degree in corporate and financial law (LLM) from Columbia University. Founder and partner of the firm De la Calle, Londono, Lopez & Posada, where he worked for 15 years. He has been professor of commercial contracts and companies at Universidad de los Andes, as well as professor of business legal aspects of the MBA program of the Business School of the same university for more than 15 years.

Roberto Borras (partner): Roberto leads the capital markets and banking and finance practice. He served as chief financial superintendent of Colombia, director general of the financial compliance unit of the Colombian ministry of finance and public debt, and chairman of the Colombian securities market self-regulatory body. He also served as deputy superintendent for risks and superintendent for conglomerates in the financial superintendency. He has worked as an international consultant for the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, the Association of Supervisors of Banks of the Americas (ASBA) and USAID.

Camilo Zarama (partner): Camilo worked in the tax law team at the Madrid office, where he was a member of the international service line and former part of the tams advising the firm’s main energy and telecommunications clients, among others. He has acted as tax advisor to various companies in M&A and in the field of tax litigation. Admitted to practice both in Colombia and Spain.

Department Name Email Telephone
Corporate M&A Ignacio Londoño
Corporate M&A Andrés Ordoñez
Tax Camilo Zarama Martínez
Finance Roberto Borrás Polanía
Antitrust José Miguel de la Calle Restrepo
Litigation Alberto Acevedo Rehbein
Labor Ignacio Londoño
Public law José Miguel de la Calle Restrepo
Foreign trade Cesar Cermeño
Infrastructure Ivan Fierro
Other fee-earners : 36
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