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Severgnini, Robiola, Grinberg & Tombeur 
Size of Organization: 40
Year Established: 1925

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Severgnini, Robiola, Grinberg & Tombeur is one of the leading law firms in Argentina and was founded in 1925 by Alberto Servergnini and Marion Rabiola. More than 75 years later, it remains a firm guided by the principles and values on which it was founded experience, expertise, initiative, professionalism and excellence.

Severgnini, Robiola, Grinberg & Tombeur offers its clients a full range of legal and consulting services in both international and local matters, with a particular emphasis on Corporate Law, Mergers and Acquisitions: Finance Law and Capital Markets. Banking: Civil Law, Litigation, Arbitration and Conflict Resolution, Labor and Social Security, Administrative Law, Criminal and Criminal Tax Law, Consumer and Antitrust, Tax, Intellectual Property, Telecommunications and Radio Broadcasting, and Natural Resources.

The Firm comprises experienced legal professionals specialized in all areas of the law. A significant percentage of our lawyers have studied outside of Argentina, many of whom have post graduate degrees from leading international law schools and many of whom have worked at leading law firms in the United States.

All the professionals work jointly to meet every client's specific requests, applying their expertise, experience and resourcefulness to offer effective and practical solutions.

Throughout its history and with the development of new areas of expertise, Severgnini, Robiola, Grinberg & Tombeur has built relationships with law firms both throughout Argentina and abroad, which has assured the Firm can offer its clients access to the fullest range of legal assistance.

Tradition, integrity, and resolve are the cornerstones of the Firm, values that are further strengthened by a dynamic enterprising spirit, sound academic training, and significant professional experience.

Statement of Practice Summary:
Corporate Law; Mergers and Acquisitions; Finance Law and Capital Markets; Banking; Litigation; Arbitration and Conflict Resolution; Labor and Social Security; Administrative Law; Criminal and Criminal Tax Law; Consumer and Antitrust; Tax; Intellectual Property; Telecommunications and Radio Broadcasting; Natural Resources.