The importance of a Compliance Program

In Central America, Panama and Dominican Republic the current laws of Anti Money Laundering (AML) and other related crimes point out the measures that according to the level of risk,…

CENTRAL LAW promotes new partner

CENTRAL LAW has promoted senior associate Tomás Quirós Jimenez to partner in Costa Rica expanding its partnership in 2018 and strengthening its Corporate M&A and Banking & Finance practice. The…

Attorney-Client Privilege in the Americas: Professional Secrecy of Lawyers

CENTRAL LAW Partner J. Humberto Medina Alva and Associate lawyer Marcela Aguilar have collaborated in the Honduras Chapter of the recently printed book Attorney Client Privilege in the Americas- Professional Secrecy of Lawyers which was edited by former president of the American Bar Association (ABA) James R. Silkenat and Dirk Van Gerven and published by Cambridge University press- University of Cambridge, United Kingdom.

Chambers Global 2018 distinguishes CENTRAL LAW

Chambers and Partners Global 2018 has ranked CENTRAL LAW as a leading law firm in General Business Law and 14 lawyers among the best ones in 10 practice areas for their excellent job.

Legal aspects to consider when importing and commercializing technological devices and telecommunication equipment in Nicaragua

"When introducing certain technological devices and telecommunication equipment to the Nicaraguan market, certain companies usually encounter legal obstacles because they do not take into account certain regulations related to the authorization for the importation, commercialization and use of devices or equipment in Nicaragua. These obstacles usually cause considerable loss of time, which could be prevented if a strategic planning is made that takes into account the national legislation that affects them [...]"

CENTRAL LAW joins Interact Law

CENTRAL LAW is proud to be part of Interact Law, an international legal network consisting of specialist law firms who offer outstanding services and solutions to their clients. The network, started in Europe in the early 90’s, now has 37 members across the globe and is growing.