Brons & Salas Buenos Aires, Argentina Office Profile
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About this office:
Active since the early sixties, Brons & Salas became known under its current name in 1967. Its founders were Stanley A. Brons (1930-1983) and Acdeel E. Salas (1911-1981).
High standards were set up by the founding partners as to accuracy, promptness and understanding of Argentine and foreign clients' needs. These standards have been continued and even improved over the years. This has been conducive to a fine team of lawyers who are sensitive to and knowledgeable in both the legal and business requirements of clients.
Brons & Salas is service oriented and has had considerable opportunities to serve international clients and their investments, and to work in related areas in Argentina.
Legal education is a firm-wide endeavor. Associates and partners are encouraged to participate actively, at the firm's expense, in continuing legal education programs, either as students or as instructors.
All Brons & Salas' attorneys are committed to satisfying the firm's professional and community obligations as well as its obligations to clients. Not only are all Brons & Salas' attorneys members of the Buenos Aires Bar Association, but many participate in other professional and academic associations and devote substantial time to bar association committees and other bar activities. In addition, the firm has a strong commitment to teaching and to postgraduate work, both in Argentina and abroad.
Corporation and Banking Law, Tax and Administrative Law, Foreign Investments, Transfer of Technology, Oil and Gas, Labor, Admiralty and Aviation Law, Estates, General Litigation, Trademarks and Patents Agents, Environmental Law. Antitrust Law, Arbitration and Mediation, Bankruptcy and Insolvency Laws; Insurance and Reinsurance; Internet Law; Healthcare; Biotechnology; Customs Law; Privitizations; Migration and Naturalization; Finance Law.
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