Press Release
August 14, 2018

Fourteen Holland & Knight Attorneys Recognized in 2019 Chambers Latin America Guide

Holland & Knight

MIAMI (August 14, 2018) – Holland & Knight has earned 14 individual attorney rankings in the 2019 edition of Chambers Latin America. The recognition spans several practice areas in the guide's Latin America-wide, Colombia, Mexico and Cuba sections. The following attorneys were ranked among Latin America's best advisors:

Latin America-wide

Stephen Double – Banking & Finance, Capital Markets
George Mencio – Corporate/M&A
Norberto Quintana – Banking & Finance


Enrique Gómez-Pinzón – Corporate/M&A
Danilo Romero Raad – Intellectual Property
José Vicente Zapata Lugo – Energy & Natural Resources
Alberto Zuleta Londoño – Competition/Antitrust, Dispute Resolution
Lucas Saffon López – Corporate/M&A (Associate to Watch)


Salvador Fonseca – Dispute Resolution: Arbitration
Alejandro Landa Thierry – Banking & Finance
Luis Moreno Treviño – Real Estate
Luis Rubio Barnetche – Corporate/M&A, Telecom, Media & Technology (TMT)
Guillermo Uribe – Capital Markets


Aymee Valdivia Granda – Corporate/Commercial (Associate to Watch)

Chambers Latin America is designed to reflect market opinion through a year's worth of interviews of lawyers and clients in order to identify leading lawyers and law firms in the region. It is one of a series of Chambers and Partners highly respected, objective and research-based guides to the legal profession. The qualities on which rankings are assessed include technical legal ability, professional conduct, client service, commercial astuteness, diligence, commitment and other qualities most valued by clients.

About Holland & Knight's Latin America Practice Group: Holland & Knight has one of the largest and most diverse Latin American practices among U.S. law firms. The Latin America Practice Group includes more than 120 attorneys with in-depth experience in cross-border mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, private equity and financing transactions, and business disputes in and involving Latin America in commercial centers throughout the world.

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