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Road Town Commercial Lawyer

Quijano & Associates corporate attorneys at law in Road Town gives advice in commercial law, in addition to company formation and management, trust services, estate planning, and corporate banking and securities concerns. A Road Town commercial law professional assists clients with commercial, corporate, and non-profit formation, including the drafting of organizational documents in Road Town. The firm also provides transactional advice in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, banking transactions, business reorganization, and corporate finance and securities law.

In addition, the Road Town commercial lawyers of Quijano & Associates provide expert legal counsel to new and established businesses and corporations regarding corporate compliance in Road Town, taxation issues, employment and labor issues in Road Town, corporate governance, and a variety of other areas. A commercial business lawyer at Quijano & Associates also assists in procuring trade licenses in Road Town and all required tax registrations such as general sales tax, income tax, business taxes, and social security registrations.

Best Practices in Commercial Business Law in Road Town

Quijano & Associates Corporate Business Law Firm in Road Town has a unique understanding of the business environment in Panama and Latin America, and the commercial relationships between the Americas and other nations and markets. Therefore, the firm's commercial business lawyers in Road Town help counsel clients in trade and investment matters concerning Road Town, with special emphasis on the following:

  • Foreign Investment Regulations and Incentives
  • Trade and Investment Agreements and Finance
  • Public Bids
  • Concessions in the Mining Sector
  • Concessions in the Telecommunications Sector
  • Concessions in the Hi-Tech Sector
  • Commercial and Industrial Licenses
  • Consumer Protection Regulations
  • Gaming Control Regulations and Procedures
  • Real Estate Development
  • Tourism
  • E-Commerce
  • Colon-Free Zone and Other Panamanian Special Enterprise Zones
  • International Free Trade Agreements
  • Free Trade Area of the Americas

Road Town Commercial Law Attorney

An international business company (IBC) is the most popular type of offshore corporation, used worldwide for tax planning and asset protection. An IBC is a private company designed to engage in any international business activity. Road TownIBC's are free from Road Town tax with a few conditions and also free from reporting requirements. For a company who wants to delve into offshore business, Road Town has a fast IBC incorporation turnaround. Instead of taxes, or duty on income or profits, a Road Town international business company pays a fixed annual fee. Quijano & Associates commercial lawyers and corporate litigators in Road Town have the expertise to lead your business to become an offshore account.

Contact a Commercial Business Lawyer in Road Town

Whether advocating for small family operations or large, publicly traded corporations, the Quijano & Associates team of Road Town commercial law professionals are experienced corporate and business litigators that work with a wide range of commercial clients and businesses. Considered a proven commercial business lawyer in Road Town, the Quijano & Associates law firm provides expert legal guidance for businesses, on all phases of preventive law, litigation, alternative dispute resolution and the negotiation and preparation of documentation to meet the needs of today's businesses in Road Town. For legal needs in other matters, such as maritime and offshore accounts, the firm also has offices in Road Town, the United Kingdom and the British Virgin Islands.

The business law attorneys at Quijano & Associates Commercial Business Law Firm represent global organizations around the world including China, Spain, Portugal, Latin America, France and London. Contact a Road Town business lawyer at Quijano & Associates for a consultation today.

Quijano & Associates attorneys practicing in the area of Commercial Law: