Dentons promotes two partners in Lima
Global law firm Dentons has announced the appointment to partner of two lawyers in its Lima office, Pamela Duffy and Mario Chirinos.
The promotions strengthen Dentons' labor and mining practice and confirms the firm's commitment to developing a new generation of leaders and investing in the skills needed to deliver excellent results for its clients, the firm said in a statement.
"Dentons is committed to being a law firm where talent can thrive, and recognizes that our success is based on the diverse and unique strengths of each member of our firm,” Lima office managing partner Manuel Barrios said.
“We are incredibly proud of these talented attorneys, who have taken the next step in their careers. The promotions reflect not only their deep legal knowledge, but also their leadership skills and commitment to world-class client service. "
Pamela Duffy has more than 12 years of experience in labor and immigration practice, advising domestic and international clients across a wide range of industries on everything from day-to-day employment matters to highly complex employment litigation and administrative proceedings.
For his part, Mario Chirinos also has more than 12 years of practical experience, in his case in the Peruvian mining sector. He regularly advises foreign and local companies with respect to various legal issues, including mining rights, mining royalties, joint ventures, share listings, bond issues and general financing of mining projects.
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