In addition to our traditional services, as from 2010 we are also offering business management consultancy services under the form of a new company (Kisbur S.A.).
This practice spans several industries (financial, real estate, agribusiness and natural resources, food industry, medical, telecommunications, etc.)
In the Uruguayan legal market, a Labor department is a must have support area for any firm which prides itself to be a full-service provider.
Our litigation practice includes all of its forms (in and out of court litigation, and arbitration), and is involved in almost all sectors of the economy.
One of the firm’s traditional industry sectors is agribusiness, where the firm has managed to maintain a significant presence in the market over time.
As we provide assistance to clients in relation to all types of real estate related transactions, we count with the support of a Notarial department, a must to real estate practice.
Our services in this area include: Participation in price competitive processes, concessions, and PPP projects, Preparation and filing of administrative appeals, and more.
We have been providing real estate services for many years. Largely explained on the surge of construction in Uruguay, this practice was until recently very dynamic.
Tax and Accounting
Our tax practice provides support to entrepreneurial activities of all types: implementation of startups, general tax advice on investments, structurings, and more.
Our regular practice includes several areas such as:
- Arbitration (National and International)
- Banking – Financing – Capital Markets
- Database Protection
- Financing of Infrastructure and Public Private Participation (PPPs)
- Free Trade Zone regime
- Immigration and Residence
- Intellectual Property
- Investment Projects
- Labor Relations and Social Security
- Litigation (civil, commercial, corporate, administrative)
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Natural Resources (agribusiness, energy, forestry, mining)
- Project Financing
- Real Estate and Construction/Developments
- Software and New Technologies
- Unfair Competition
- Wills and Estate Planning