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Most Highly Regarded Firms: Argentina 2008 - Patents

In this chapter we highlight nine leading practitioners from as many firms in Argentina. They are experts in dealing with patent issues. Owing to the broad nature of many IP practices in Argentina, a number of the individuals who feature in this chapter also appear in the trademarks section.

Most Highly Regarded Firms: Argentina 2008 – Regulatory Communications

In recent times the Argentine government has worked to deregulate the telecommunications network, a move that has increased investment and competition in the sector. The National Communications Commission was created in 1996 to monitor the industry, to penalise anti-competitive conduct and to represent communications companies internationally.

Editorial: Real Estate and Construction in Argentina

The potential of Argentina's real estate market is clear - the demand for housing, hotels, shopping centres as well as other developments is high, and construction is increasing to meet this demand.

Most Highly Regarded Firms: Argentina 2008 - Corporate Tax

A total of 15 practitioners feature in this chapter. They hail from 13 firms and have been selected for their expertise in advising companies on tax matters.

Most Highly Regarded Firms: Construction 2008

The construction industry is traditionally one of the first to feel the impact of any slowdown or recession.

Most Highly Regarded Firms: Corporate Immigration 2008

Skills shortages, ageing populations and increased mobility have led companies to seek workers from further afield; multinational companies often need to relocate key employees.

Most Highly Regarded Firms: Mergers & Acquisitions 2008

This edition of The International Who's Who of Merger & Acquisition Lawyers identifies 503 individuals from 70 jurisdictions for their expertise on large, high-profile combinations between prominent publicly traded companies.

Most Highly Regarded Firms: UAE 2008 - Mergers & Acquistions

The United Arab Emirates is a hive of M&A activity, largely bucking the downturn in transactional volume in the rest of the world. Its importance is reflected by the muscular presence of several heavyweight international law firms, including several from the UK's Magic Circle.

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