Garrigues has launched the anti-trust, economic regulation and intellectual property practice in Lima, bringing on board lawyer Ivo Gagliuffi and economist Javier Coronado. With more than twenty years’ experience in the public and private sector, the pair will coordinate the practice and provide an integrated approach, from both a legal and economic standpoint, giving it a competitive advantage in the Peruvian market.
Universidad Pontificia Comillas and Garrigues have signed an agreement to create the Garrigues-ICADE LegalTech Observatory. This new observatory, which will form part of the Faculty of Law of Universidad Pontificia Comillas (Comillas ICADE), through the Center for Innovation in Law (CID-ICADE), is a project that was created with a view to having an impact on the legal, corporate and academic world and to encouraging the study and dissemination of the interconnection between law and technology.
Garrigues has received the award for the “Most Innovative Law Firm of Continental Europe’ in the ‘FT Innovative Lawyers Awards’ organized each year by the prestigious newspaper Financial Times and the specialized consultant RSG Consulting. The awards ceremony was held for the first time as a virtual gala, which accentuated the importance of the role of collaboration in a year marked by the COVID-19 public health crisis.
Garrigues has been named 'International Tax Firm of the Year in the Americas' in the fifteenth edition of the International Tax Review (ITR) tax awards. The ceremony was held online last night due to the special conditions imposed by COVID-19.
Garrigues has appointed Miriam Barrera and Óscar de Santiago as the new joint partners in charge for Catalonia, Aragón and the Balearic Islands. They replace Fernando Rey, who headed that region since 1998.
Garrigues scooped up the award for “Law Firm of the Year: Spain” handed out every year by the Euromoney journal, the International Financial Law Review (IFLR). This is the seventh time the firm has received this European award in recognition of its work.
Garrigues continues to consolidate its offering in Latin America with the hiring of Adriana Espinosa to head the infrastructure practice in Colombia. Espinosa is well-known in the Colombian market for her advice to companies and State bodies on the structuring and execution of major projects. Her appointment as an equity partner will be submitted to the next Garrigues Partners’ Meeting.
Garrigues takes the award for the second year running
Garrigues has named Francisco Soler as the new partner in charge in the Valencia Community and Murcia. He replaces José Luis Martínez Navarrete, who headed the firm in that region since 2007.