Jonatansson & Co. Legal is a full service law firm established upon principles of independence, integrity, innovation, flexibility, pragmatism, and intellectual agility designed to continually meet the ever-changing needs of our clients.
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Representative Clients: Bank of America; JTI International S.A.; Merrill Lynch.
State Bar Summary:
All Attorneys are members of the Icelandic Bar Association or the New York State Bar Association.
Areas of Practice (179)
Specific Areas of Practice for our Reykjavik office:
International Dispute Resolution
Deceptive Trade Practices
Antitrust and Trade Regulation
International Asset Protection
Banks and Banking
Buying and Selling of Businesses
Closely Held Business Law
Emerging Business Law
Establishment of Business
Family Business Law
Family Business Successions
Entrepreneurial Business Law
International Business Law
International Business Taxation
International Joint Ventures
Limited Liability Company Law
Small Business Law
International Civil Law
International Civil Procedure
Commercial Dispute Resolution
International Commercial Law
International Sale of Goods
Company Commercial Law
Company Acquisitions and Sales
Computers and Software
Computer Software Licensing
Breach of Contract
Standard Terms and Conditions
International Commercial Contracts
Cross Border Contracts
Corporate Banking Law
Corporate Commercial Law
Corporate Criminal Law
Corporate Real Estate
Debtor and Creditor
International Debt Collection
Entertainment and the Arts
European Union Law
Fraud and Deceit
International Intellectual Property
Intellectual Property Rights
Intellectual Property Protection
Intellectual Property Infringement
Intellectual Property Enforcement
Leases and Leasing
Libel and Defamation
Supreme Court Litigation
International Civil Litigation
Mergers and Acquisitions
Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility
Commercial Real Estate
International Real Estate
Real Estate Acquisitions
Real Estate Contracts
Real Estate Investment
Real Property Law
Technology and Science
Trusts and Estates
White Collar Crime
White Collar Fraud
Zoning, Planning and Land Use
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