The legal firm CENTRAL LAW in Honduras has consolidated into one of Honduras’s best law firms in corporate and business legal counselling, thanks to its excellent team of lawyers and attorneys, according to Chambers and Partners, Legal 500 and IFLR 1000 international rankings.
The firm has grown both locally and internationally, conforming CENTRAL LAW along with other prominent law firms from Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama and Dominican Republic. The firm has expanded its geographic influence and jurisdictional reach, through its 11 offices within the region.
This structure provides CENTRAL LAW Honduras with a significant competitive advantage over other firms in the area, transcending such advantage into added value for its clients.
CENTRAL LAW Honduras has offices in San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa and is formed by a team of 20 bilingual members including partners, senior and junior associates and administrative staff.
With the ability to offer the highest quality legal services and backed by an experience of more than 20 years the firm covers, among others, the following areas: Arbitration and Litigation, Antitrust and International Trade, Banking and Finance, Constitutional and Administrative Law, Commercial law, Consumer Law, Contracts, Corporate law, Environmental law, Foreign Investment, Free Zones, Immigration law, Intellectual Property, Insurances, Labour and Social Security Law, Mining and Renewable Energy, Real Estate and Tourism, Tax Law and Telecommunications.
CENTRAL LAW Honduras clients comprise of domestic and multinational companies as well as business conglomerates, some of which have been clients since the firm´s beginnings.
Some lawyers at CENTRAL LAW Honduras have been recognized by Chambers and Partners among the most prominent professionals in Latin America for their excellent job in Corporate/Commercial, Dispute Resolution and Intellectual Property.
Lawyers of CENTRAL LAW Honduras speak Spanish, French, Italian and English.
Av. Junior, 5ª y 6ª calle, sector NE. 2ª planta. San Pedro Sula, Honduras.
Practical guide about tourism industry in the Central American region, Panama and Dominican Republic. It provides specific knowledge about the regulation on the recent updates in such evolving industry in the different countries where CENTRAL LAW has offices.