Reymond & Fleischmann - Firm Profile
Reymond & Fleischmann
Size of Organization: 14
Year Established: 2011
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Reymond & Fleischmann has its origins as one of the most traditional legal bureaus in Chile. Founded in 1875 as Aldunate & Cía, Abogados, now has a new brand which represents current partners. Consistent with its history, the firm permanent goal is to give a better and more complete service to its clients, expanding the practice areas and the number of lawyers.
The firm is engaged in offering integral legal advice to local and foreign individuals and corporations. The Firm's principal mission is enabling his clients to optimize their personal and business decision, providing a timely response to their inquiries and adequately solving their concerns, always anticipating their problems and legal needs.
The lawyers and professionals that form Reymond & Fleischmann count with a solid professional training, product of a long and renowned professional trajectory in the different fields of law, with experience in the public administration and entrepreneurial sector. This allows them to deliver the client a global legal vision, adding value to their ideas, committing with their objectives, structuring their projects, implementing their businesses and assisting them in the development of the same.
The participation in negotiations of great complexity and dispute settlements in public and private sectors, both nationally and internationally, has positioned Reymond & Fleischmann as one experienced legal bureau in construction, real estate, private and public infrastructure, and public works concessions; litigations and arbitrations. Additionally, the firm has a vast experience in civil and commercial matters related with reorganization processes, mergers, acquisitions, corporate and project financing, with special emphasis in advising companies of the construction, real estate, concessions, banking, telecommunications, commercial and industrial area.
Statement of Practice Summary:
Administrative, Infrastructure Concessions, Public Biddings, Bankruptcy, Litigation, Customs, Antitrust, Arbitration, Automotive, Banking and Financial, Construction and Assembly, Civil Law, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Energy, Project Finance, Printing, Industrial, Real Estate, Institutional, Non-Profitable Institutions, International, Foreign Investment, Shipyard, Labor, Commercial Brands and Industrial Patents, Mining, Fishing and Aquaculture, Environmental, Inheriting Planning, Companies Reorganization, Mergers and Acquisitions, Insurance, Corporations, Equipment Supply, Telecommunications, Taxation, Stock Markets.