This year we are pleased to share with you such good news for our team! Once again Romero Pineda has been shortlisted and top ranked at the Chambers Latin America Awards 2020.
BAND 1: Intellectual Property
What the team is known for Leading practice with outstanding skills in a range of IP matters. Possesses a deep bench of talented practitioners widely recognised for their ability to manage sizeable trade mark portfolios, in addition to relevant regulatory and compliance issues. Routinely acts as counsel to prestigious clients hailing from the food and beverage, technology and pharmaceutical industries especially.
Strengths Clients are full of praise for the high level of service provided, with one noting: “They are always available, effective and swift in resolution.”
Another source enthuses: “Their team is efficient and agile. They always try to give you a solution to the problem or present alternatives for you to move forward.”
After 10 years of being listed in Band 1, Jose Roberto Romero has been granted this first time ever award, of which we are proud!
Eminent practitioner and department co-head José Roberto Romero Mena possesses a wealth of experience in the field. He is esteemed by market sources, with one singling him out as “an innovator in the profession, very capable and knowledgeable.” Another commentator reports being impressed by “the very good work and service he offers.”
Carlos Castillo receives plaudits for his ability in contentious mandates, with one observer saying: “He is very experienced in IP disputes.” Commenting on his knowledge of IP matters, another source relates: “He goes beyond mechanical work and is a real expert.”
Co-head of department Roxana Romero de Gamero is well regarded for her experience assisting clients with trade mark matters. Impressed with her work, one source remarks:
“She is excellent, committed and very knowledgeable of the subject matter.”
Associate-to-watch Nadya Susana Leon Retana continues to impress with her knowledge of IP matters, with one commentator endorsing her as “an excellent practitioner.” Another source comments: “She is very good in contentious issues.”
BAND 3- Corporate/Commercial
What the team is known for Well-known firm possessing an effective corporate department regularly instructed by regional and international companies to handle
financial mandates, including the financing of energy projects. Offers knowledge of syndicated lending and microfinance deals. Provides additional counsel on labour and tax matters. Interjet is a new client.
Strengths Clients call the service “magnificent,” before adding: “They have a positive attitude, keep in constant contact with us and the lawyers are knowledgeable across diverse subject areas.”
Up-and-coming partner and department co-head Francisco Martínez is recognised here for the first time. He comes highly recommended for his well-rounded practice, which spans tax, energy and finance. A source praises “his superb knowledge, availability and attention to the client.”
Associate-to-watch Beatriz Merino offers a flourishing labour practice. Sources declare: “She is diligent, very knowledgeable and attentive to our needs.” A client further notes that Merino “is well qualified and always looks to defend her clients’ interests.”
BAND 3- Litigation
The objective of the Litigation Department is to solve the legal problems of our clients, advising them and asserting their rights before different entities and courts by all instances of law. We work effectively, in the shortest time possible and under the strictest professional ethics canon.
Respected practitioner Carlos Castillo continues to earn plaudits from market commentators for his “good practice.” He has valued experience in civil, commercial and administrative litigation, regularly acting for a varied clientele of significant multinational and domestic companies active in the region.