Leading Latin America business publication Latinvex has named Squire Patton Boggs one of the top international law firms in Latin America. The firm was also highly ranked among the region’s top 10 law firms in the categories of Tax & Trade and Litigation, and among the region’s top 20 law firms in the categories of Energy and Banking & Finance.
Latinvex’s editorial staff and research team selected the top 65 firms based on a combination of factors, including value, prominence and scope of work, references among clients and peers, and size of Latin America Practice. Firms received an overall ranking and were considered in 13 subcategories, including Arbitration, Banking & Finance, Capital Markets, Corporate/M&A, Energy, Environment, FCPA & Fraud, Insurance, Labor, Litigation, Mining, Project Finance and Tax & Trade.
Squire Patton Boggs’ Latin American Practice assists clients throughout the world by providing both outbound and inbound legal and public policy services to and from Latin America. The structure consists of Country Desks as well as assistance throughout the more than 30 nations comprising Latin America.
This recognition comes weeks after Squire Patton Boggs Peña Prieto Gamundi received the Dominican Republic Award for Client Service at the Chambers & Partners Latin America Awards. Squire Patton Boggs is the first global firm to receive this award and the only full-service firm among the Amlaw 100 with a legal practice based in the Dominican Republic. The firm was also recognized in the 2016 editions of Who’s Who Legal Central America, IFLR1000: Financial and Corporate and IFLR1000: Energy and Infrastructure.