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Consortium Legal - El Salvador

Consortium Legal - El Salvador  

Legal Services | El Salvador

tel: +503 2209 1600 | fax: +503 2298 3939
Edificio Avante Local 3-13, Urbanizacion Madre Selva III | Antiguo Cuscatlán | El Salvador

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Antiguo Cuscatlán, El Salvador

Consortium Legal - El Salvador's Overview

Consortium-El Salvador

Is a firm committed to professional excellence in meeting the need for legal services to the customers in El Salvador and throughout Central America, providing services to major investment companies operating in the region, providing complex transfers and businesses in key economic and legal sectors.

Since its foundation in 1991 under the name Delgado Brizuela & Associates, the firm continues a tradition of providing legal services of the highest standard and excellence by joining efforts of highly qualified professionals from different generations in order to provide a service that focuses its strength in efficient law practice in different areas of law and the combination of vast professional experience, knowledge of current situations of local, regional and global legal and economic reality and the recognition of the required changes in the legal profession the new millennium.

Consortium - El Salvador is composed of 50 persons. Five partners and also a large number of associate attorneys, paralegals, administrative staff that provide excellent service to current and potential clients, local and regional, allowing to meet the high demand for legal services.

  • Year this Office was Established: 1991
  • Number of Offices Worldwide: 7
  • Lawyers Worldwide: 200

Languages: Spanish, English, German, Portuguese


Areas of Practice
  • Administrative
  • Arbitration
  • Banking
  • Corporate Law
  • Criminal Law
  • Employment
  • Environmental Law
  • Financial Law
  • Foreign Investment Inter Trade
  • Intellectual Property
  • Labor Law
  • Litigation
  • Migration Law
  • Municipal Law
  • Real Estate
  • Regulated Sector
  • Tax Law

The COVID-19 Pandemic Triggers the Use of Electronic Commerce in Central America
Consortium Legal - El Salvador, June 2020

Confinement and strict measures of social distancing are now part of the reality of millions of people around the world. Given the uncertainty presented by the world panorama in the economic, political, social and cultural fields, the authorities must go one step further to try to mitigate the severe consequences that the COVID-19 pandemic has caused globally. For several years in Central America, regulations have been issued to promote electronic commerce for the purchase of goods and services. However, its use has not been as dynamic by consumers as it has occurred in more developed markets such as the United States and the European Union...

Weekly Report: COVID-19 in Central America (May 30 - June 5)
Consortium Legal - El Salvador, June 2020

Special Report "COVID-19 in Central America" on special measures taken in each country of our region prepared by the multidisciplinary team of Consortium Legal. The information contained in this publication is for information purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. The information is constantly updated and is subject to change...

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Ministry of Finance and Superintendency of the Financial System Execute Agreement to Combat Tax Evasion
Consortium Legal - El Salvador, August 2020

On August 7, 2020, Finance Minister Alejandro Zelaya and the Superintendent of the Financial System, Gustavo Villatoro, signed a Technical Cooperation Agreement, with the aim of improving the exchange of information to combat tax evasion and streamline processes with the use of new technologies, in order to strengthen the Anti-Tax Evasion Plan. The Minister of Finance said at a press conference held the same day on the occasion of the signing of the agreement that the Anti-Evasion Plan seeks an alternative to the low tax collection as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, and thus close the gap in the fiscal deficit, without the need to create new taxes or increase existing ones...

The General Direction of Customs will Implement the Reliable Operator Program to Simplify the Logistics Chain
Consortium Legal - El Salvador, July 2020

The General Directorate of Customs (DGA) will implement the Reliable Operator Program, with the objective of streamlining customs operations by simplifying and improving the use of new technologies, which is expected to bring economic benefits to users as a result of a reduction in the time taken to process customs operations...

All press submitted by Consortium Legal - El Salvador

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