Publications

  • SMV reduces requirements to become a Stock Exchange Operator

    Mercedes Fernández, a partner and member of our Capital Market practice group, discusses the steps taken by the Stock Exchange Superintendency (SMV) to reduce the number of requirements to be met in order to become a Stock Exchange Operator.
    El Comercio, May 9, 2017
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  • Supreme Court: payment of Income Tax by employer is considered part of the remuneration

    César Puntriano, a partner and member of our Labor Law practice group, refers to the resolution issued by the Supreme Court, where it resolves that payment of Income Tax by the employer is part of the employee’s remuneration.
    Semana Económica, May 4, 2017.
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  • Senior citizens can gain access to bank loans

    Fátima Villavicencio, a senior partner of our Capital Market and Banking Regulation practice group, discusses the possibility of senior citizens gaining access to bank loans.
    RPP, April 27, 2017.
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  • Learn about the changes made to the Revised Reconstruction Plan

    Rolando Salvatierra, a partner of our firm, refers to the scope of the reconstruction law approved recently by the Peruvian Congress.
    RPP, April 25, 2017.
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  • The Ministry of Production published new regulation regarding the capture of anchovy

    Coralí Urbina, a lawyer from our Fisheries Law practice Group, discusses the new regulation regarding the capture of anchovy for direct human consumption.
    El Comercio, April 17, 2017
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  • These are the largest law firms in Peru

    El Comercio highlights our ranking as the largest Peruvian law firm. According to Latin Lawyer our firm has 258 lawyers.
    El Comercio, April 11, 2017
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  • Price fixing, why isn’t Kinberly Clark fined?

    Pierino Stucchi, a senior partner of our Firm and head of the Competition practice group, refers to the sanctions imposed by Indecopi against companies engaged in price-fixing schemes in the toilet paper market.
    El Comercio, April 6, 2017
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  • Three anti-corruption locks are established in the new regulations on Public Private Partnerships (PPPs)

    Magali Lazo, Infrastructure and PPP Practice Group head, discusses the anti-corruption locks established in the new regulations on PPPs.
    Gestión Expreso, March 31, 2017
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  • Tax benefits available on donations to areas affected by natural disasters caused by El Niño phenomenon.

    Karin Orbezo, a partner and member of our Tax Law practice group, explains the aspects to be borne in mind to make donations to emergency areas.
    RPP, March 29, 2017
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    Lawyer:
    Karin Orbezo Grahammer
    Practice:
    Tax

  • The crime of speculation

    Karin Fernández, a partner and member of the Criminal Law practice group, discusses the crime of speculation and the proposal made by the Ombudsman’s Office in this regard.
    RPP, March 21, 2017
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