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García & Bodán Consolidates its Presence in Central America
As part of its growth strategy in the region, García & Bodán has opened an office in Costa Rica, its eighth office in Central America. The firm’s new office is located in the capital, San José, and will be staffed by a team of 15 lawyers.
“We are extremely satisfied and happy with the opening of García & Bodán Costa Rica, since this creates a synergy that allows us to be able to multiply exponentially the work we have in the region, now backed by having completed our presence in the Central American isthmus. We are bringing new expertise, including our Costa Rica managing partner, Christian Díaz, who is considered a connoisseur of international arbitration. This undoubtedly strengthens our law firm”, said, Terencio García, regional managing partner.
“The Costa Rican is sophisticated and specialized, with first world standards due to the high foreign investment that has permeated the Costa Rican economy in the last decades. The regional offices of many of the most important companies in the Central American market, as well as several “shared services” of companies at global level are located in Costa Rica” explained Christian Díaz, managing partner of García & Bodán Costa Rica.
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