Interlegem has received international recognition and is recommended to investors by the Department of Commercial Service of the United States. Our founding partner previously served as Legal Director of an investor consortium that included the US construction firm, Bechtel, the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore and the Spanish company, Avertis.
All members of the legal team have been with the firm since its inception. The firm is able to support international clients and provide advice on a range of complex legal matters.
Our managing partner has been recognized by Latin Lawyer magazine as one of the “Top Cats” in corporate law in Latin America and has a license to practice in the state of New York, USA. The firm advises on all areas of law with a particular expertise in Corporate, Banking and Tax law.
Our clients can access integrated legal services across Central America and New York. Through the LEGIC alliance, we have offices in Costa Rica, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua. In addition, on the back of rising investor interest in the region from Asian clients we have established operations in Hong Kong.
Our boutique firm is made up of a multidisciplinary team with an extensive experience and reach in the private sector, representing the full range of clients from Fortune 500 companies to small and medium sized enterprises. Our lawyers combine specializations in both business and law from leading universities in Latin America, the US and Asia.
Our firm offers a full suite of legal services with a particular expertise in Corporate Law, International Business, Banking and Tax Law.
We believe that modern companies require more than traditional legal advice, which is why one of our main values is our business vision and the close involvement of our partners who consider the cost-benefit in each joint business decision.
B2B FORUM, evento anual de la Marca País, promovió la excelencia como una herramienta para aumentar la competitividad de las empresas costarricenses en mercados internacionales.
Las operaciones en Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua y Costa Rica se enfocan en áreas como nuevos negocios, adquisición y expansión de empresas.