LatinLawyer – Ecuador’s CorralRosales opens foreign trade practice with Gustavo García

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DATE: 18-10-18

CORRALROSALES IN THE NEWS: 

Gustavo García

MEDIA: Latin Lawyer

LatinLawyer publisehs that CorralRosales has hired the General Secretary of the Andean Tribunal of Justice (ATJ) Gustavo García to head its international trade practice, as a new trade agreement with the EU bears fruit. Gustavo García Brito, 35, joined the firm on 1 October as of counsel. He previously served at the ATJ for six years and brings experience in Andean Community law and integration. He also has knowledge of multilateral trade systems and the legal aspects of international economic relations through consulting for law firms in Bolivia and Brazil.

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LatinLawyer – Nestlé acquires Ecuador’s Terrafertil in landmark multijurisdictional deal

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DATE: 27-09-18

CORRALROSALES IN THE NEWS: 

Edmundo Ramos
-Xavier Rosales

MEDIA: LatinLawyer

White & Case LLP in New York and CorralRosales in Quito have helped Nestlé acquire a majority stake in Ecuadorean organic foods producer Terrafertil, in what is thought to be the largest M&A in Ecuador and the largest transaction in Latin America’s health foods industry in 2018.

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LatinLawyer – Colombian hygiene company makes third acquisition in five months

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DATE: 18-04-18

CORRALROSALES IN THE NEWS:: 

-Edmundo Ramos
-Francisco Rosales
-María Cecilia Romoleroux
-Xavier Rosales

MEDIO: Latin Lawyer

CorralRosales has helped Colombian hygiene company Grupo Familia acquire its Ecuadorian counterpart Industrial Papelera Ecuatoriana (Impaecsa).

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LatinLawyer – ExxonMobil divests Andean downstream assets

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DATE: 12-04-18

CORRALROSALES IN THE NEWS: 

-Santiago Palacios
-Xavier Rosales

MEDIA: LatinLawyer

Simpson Thacher & Barlett LLP in New York and Palo Alto; the Bogotá offices of Posse Herrera Ruiz; MBCR – Márquez, Barrera, Castañeda & Ramírez, Esguerra Asesores Jurídicos and Brigard Urrutia; Miranda & Amado Abogados in Lima; and CorralRosales in Quito have helped a subsidiary of Chilean petrol station owner COPEC acquire various downstream assets from ExxonMobil for US$715 million.

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