Corporate law

We advise our clients in the planning of structures and the incorporation of civil or commercial companies; the opening and maintenance of corporate books; the issuance, circulation, and operation of stocks and shares; the implementation and execution of mergers, acquisitions, spin-offs, and corporate transformations, and the negotiation, conclusion, and execution of all types of contracts, whether they are civil or commercial, between individuals or those with public agencies.

We also provide consultancy on the granting and control of powers of attorney, revocations, legalization, and apostille procedures and procedures before agencies such as the National Register of Foreign Investment (RNIE), the Public Registry of Property and Commerce (RPPyC), among others.

Frequently Asked Questions

Corporate law is a branch of law that focuses on the regulation of companies and their relationship with shareholders, directors, employees, and third parties. Corporate law covers several matters, such as the incorporation of companies, corporate structure, corporate governance, and liability of shareholders and directors, to name a few.

A trading company is a business form of organization created to carry out commercial activities. Trading companies may be of various types, such as corporation, limited liability company, cooperative society, amongst others.

A corporation is a form of trading company characterized by having its capital divided into shares and by limiting the liability of the shareholders to the amount of their contributions.

A corporate agreement is an instrument that establishes the rules that will govern the corporation, such as corporate name, corporate purpose, corporate structure, partners’ participation, duration of the corporation, etc.