ARIAS, FABREGA & FABREGA offers clients an outstanding team of lawyers who are specialists in handling litigation and arbitration cases brought by and against the government, as well as investigations and claims by regulatory agencies, and have expert knowledge of the most complex, industry-specific laws and regulations applicable to operators of public utilities, government concessionaires, public contractors and businesses subject to environmental regulations.
The firm takes a multidisciplinary approach to its practice of administrative litigation. Litigators in this area regularly work together with lawyers in our Regulatory Work Practice Group and our Government Contracts and Permits Practice Group, bringing together powerful and skillful teams of experts capable of handling the most complex and sensitive cases involving Panama and its governmental agencies.
ARIFA represents clients before regulatory agencies, such as the National Public Utilities Authority and the National Environmental Agency, before the administrative court, and before the Supreme Court.
American Airlines, Bahía Las Minas Corp., Banco de la Nación Argentina, Banco Latinoamericano de Comercio Exterior (BLADEX), ChevronTexaco, Del Monte Fresh Fruit Produce, Exxon, Holcim, Marriott Corporation, Minera Tesonera, Ricardo Pérez and Starr International Company.
OUR CLIENTS SAY
We are very happy with the service. The lawyers are highly experienced and responsive, and their work product is very high-quality. They have a solid understanding of the dispute resolution arena
Chambers LatAm 2018
Sources describe the team as "attentive, detail-oriented, capable and incredibly meticulous," and also highlight its "very sound advice."
Chambers LatAm 2018
A strong arbitration offering complements the firm’s litigation expertise
Latin Lawyer 250, 2017
The team's deep expertise and experience in the market allows them to understand different areas of our business and provide us with a comprehensive service.
Chambers LatAm 2017
The work the department did for me was first grade – they met international expectations. It is a brilliant firm.