Gómez-Pinzón has adapted to the growing trends of mobility, connectivity, backup and governance by implementing innovative IT systems such as cloud computing. The Firm has stood out for its innovation in business processes and legal practices, prioritizing the effectiveness in the management and protection of customer data. Find out more here.
María Clara Palacio Gaviria, Associate at Gómez-Pinzón, is currently participating in Affinitas’ exchange programme, Secondment. We work together and strategically to strengthen our alliance throughout experiences that contribute and nurture the knowledge about Latin America’s different legal systems and cultures. Find out more about the lawyers participating in the programme here.
The prizes were awarded at the 13th Annual Americas Awards.
Affinitas member firms Gómez-Pinzón (Colombia) and Mijares, Angoitia, Cortés y Fuentes (Mexico) were named Corporate Firms of the Year in their respective jurisdictions by the prestigious publication International Financial Law Review (IFLR) at its 13th annual Americas awards.
The award ceremony, held in New York on 17 May, brought...Read More
The acknowledgment was awarded by IFLR on May 17th in New York.
Bogotá, May 18th, 2018. Gómez-Pinzón was awarded for the second consecutive year as the “National Corporate Firm of the Year” by the International Financial Law Review (IFLR).
The presentation of the award took place in New York on Thursday, May 17th in a ceremony that recognized the best legal talent, the best international...Read More
The Firm was recognized in five different categories.
French organization Leaders League has published the 2018 rankings regarding Firms that lead the legal counsel market in intellectual property and technological innovation matters, and Gómez-Pinzón has been included in all the associated categories.
Specifically, the Firm is ranked as follows:
Trademark Prosecution: Leading Firm
The transaction was closed on May 3rd, 2018.
Gómez-Pinzón has assisted Canacol Energy Ltd. as special Colombian counsel in the offering of its 7.25% senior notes due on 2025 for an aggregate principal amount of USD $320 million. These notes are guaranteed by certain of its subsidiaries, including Colombian subsidiaries Canacol Energy Colombia S.A.S. and CNE Oil & Gas S.A.S.
Partners Daniel...Read More