Moreno Baldivieso Joins TAGLaw Alliance
05 Aug, 2014
TAGLaw®, an international alliance of independent law firms, has recently named Moreno Baldivieso as its member for Bolivia. This puts TAGLaw’s growing membership at 150 member firms who employ over 9,200 lawyers located in 320 offices throughout 84 countries.
Established in 1931, Moreno Baldivieso is a leading full-service corporate Bolivian law firm. With a team of 40 lawyers located throughout offices in La Paz, Santa Cruz, Cochabamba, Tarija, Sucre and Potosí, the firm serves domestic and foreign clients in areas of law that include: Corporate, Banking & Finance, Tax, Natural Resources, Dispute Resolution, Labor and Employment, Intellectual Property and Real Estate. Leading international legal directories, such as Chambers & Partners, The Legal 500, Latin Lawyer and GAR 100, consistently recognize Moreno Baldivieso as a leading Bolivian law firm.
“TAGLaw is pleased to welcome a sophisticated and elite firm such as Moreno Baldivieso,” said Robert Sattin, President of TAGLaw. “Like Moreno Baldivieso, many of our South American members are among the best firms in their respective countries. This bench strength across the entire continent allows our membership and their clients to have the utmost confidence when doing business in these vibrant and emerging markets.”
“It is a pleasure for Moreno Baldivieso to join and be part of such a prestigious alliance as TAGLaw, said Andres Moreno of Moreno Baldivieso. “We are delighted with this new experience and look forward to a long and beneficial relationship with all its members, including TAGLaw’s impressive group of South American members.”
In addition to Moreno Baldivieso, this year, TAGLaw has added Budidjaja & Associates in Indonesia, Bufete Escura in Barcelona, Maître Cheikh Fall in Senegal and Delaney Partners in The Bahamas.