A new boutique launches in Peru

Some months ago, Gustavo Miró Quesada Milich, who left Osterling Abogados and Rodolfo Miranda Miranda, who left Amprimo & Flury Abogados, decided to merge their practices and found Miró Quesada Abogados (MQ-A).

Posted Thursday, October 26th 2017
A new boutique launches in Peru

Gustavo Miro Quesada y Rodolfo Miranda

MQ-A is a legal boutique firm that aims to advise and represent clients in international and national arbitrations, construction and infrastructure, corporate, insolvency, M&A, private contracts, Public Private Partnerships (PPP) and government contracting. For that, the two partners are helped by a team of four qualified lawyers.

 

For Rodolfo Miranda, what characterizes their firm is that “We provide specialized services with high international standards. Both of us have been international lawyers in US firms a few year ago”. Gustavo Miró Quesada adds: “that experience, coupled with the flexibility of being a boutique, allow us to give personalized service to our clients. They are always advised by the partners themselves with the help and intervention of our associates”.

 

Before being a partner at Osterling Abogados, Gustavo was an international lawyer in the corporate and international arbitration practice at Holland & Knight and, currently, he is a teacher of Law & Economics at the Catholic University of Peru. Rodolfo was a senior associate at Amprimo & Flury Abogados and before that was an international lawyer in the international arbitration practice at Clifford Chance in Washington DC.  Rodolfo is admitted to the New York Bar and teaches courses of Public Private Partnerships at the Post Graduate Center of the Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas (UPC), inter alia. Both have experience in arbitration and have already been appointed as arbitrators in ICC, CCL, PUCP, and ad hoc arbitrations.