In this chapter we recognise 46 lawyers for their outstanding work across a broad range of public law matters including public-private partnership, free trade zone matters and public procurement.
Most highly regarded
Aldo Milano Sánchez at Consultores en Derecho Público is a “top lawyer in the Costa Rican market” who is credited with a wealth of knowledge in the field of administrative law.
Luis Ortiz at BLP is endorsed for his “extensive knowledge of regulatory matters” and is acclaimed as “a phenomenal lawyer”.
Carlos Andrés Arguedas Vargas of Consortium Legal is “well known and respected” for his experience in public-private partnerships and public contracting.
Manrique Jiménez Meza at Corporación JIME is a “first-class practitioner” who enjoys a stellar reputation for his expert handling of administrative issues.
Aguilar Castillo Love’s Ruben Zamora Castro is distinguished for his long-standing practice, and is highly esteemed for his expansive knowledge of public tariffs.
Alejandro Batalla of Batalla is a top-tier lawyer with more than 30 years’ experience. He is celebrated for his being “outstanding in litigation regarding administrative matters”.
At Arias, Eduardo Ángel is revered for his impressive practice, which sees him regularly dealing with highly complex judicial and administrative litigation.
Armando Arias is praised for his outstanding competency and extensive experience dealing with complex multi-jurisdictional agreements.
Zygmunt Brett at BLP is a key player in administrative law who is highlighted for his distinguished international practice.
Benjamin Valdez Iraheta at Benjamín Valdez & Asociados possesses considerable experience advising clients on the full gamut of regulatory issues.
At QIL+4 Abogados, María Isabel Luján Zilbermann is commended for her wide-ranging practice which encompasses advice to local and international clients on an array of matters involving public authorities.
Gabriela Roca is highlighted for her extensive knowledge of energy, fuel and infrastructure projects and is noted for her exceptional regulatory advice.
Lionel Francisco Aguilar Salguero of Consortium Legal is a long-standing figure with more than three decades of experience advising on labour law.
Rafael Briz of Mayora & Mayora is recognised as a key player in Guatemalan administrative law thanks to his profound understanding of the complexities involved with dealing with public authorities.
Armando Manzanares at Consortium Legal is recognised as a leading expert in tax and administrative law.
Claribel Medina at Central Law “takes a very proactive approach in administrative law” and “truly understands the complex practice area”.
Enrique Rodríguez-Burchard at Aguilar Castillo Love is a “tremendously professional attorney, with ample experience in administrative procedures”.
Ana Teresa Rizo at Arias is a first-rate practitioner who is commended for her specialist knowledge of public procurement and contractual issues.
Róger Pérez offers an enviable practice and is endorsed for his formidable expertise in contracts, energy and free trade zones.
Siaska Lorenzo at Arias is a long-standing fixture within the Panamanian market and is well versed in administrative labour law issues.
Diego Herrera Dutari at Galindo Arias y López continues to impress with his outstanding work advising local and multinational corporations on a wide variety of administrative matters.
Carlos Lucas López Tejada has acquired an unrivalled level of knowledge of labour and administrative law over his 50-plus years of experience.
Annette Bárcenas Olivardia of Alfaro Ferrer & Ramírez heads the firm’s public services and public procurement departments. She has in-depth knowledge of administrative work across many sectors including energy and public transportation.