An international firm with a solid regional and local presence in the main practice areas



Avenida Calle 92 No. 11-51 Piso 4
Bogotá D.C. (Colombia)

+57 601 326 69 99

+57 601 326 69 70

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The Garrigues office in Bogotá is home to a team of over 60 lawyers highly specialized in the main practice areas required by the dynamic Colombian business environment. We have been providing cross-disciplinary advice and adapting to our client’s needs since committing to the development of the Colombian legal sector in 2013. Our network of own offices in Latin America and worldwide gives clients a unique advantage in the sector.

We provide legal services to businesses and public entities on matters ranging from day-to-day affairs to complex projects and high-profile deals in Colombia.

As an internationally recognized firm with a direct local presence, we advise multinationals and multilatinas, providing a uniform service with the same high quality standards across the board, notwithstanding of the jurisdiction(s) in play. This position also enables us to advise clients on cutting-edge issues, using knowledge garnered in different jurisdictions to their advantage.

Our services

M&A; Corporate; Banking and Finance; Projects; Energy and Infrastructure; Administrative and Constitutional Law; Labor and Employment; Tax; Litigation and Arbitration; Antitrust; Real Estate; Compliance; Consumers and Data Protection; Startups & Open Innovation; Private Equity; TMT; Foreign Trade; Immigration.

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