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News 15 Jul. 2008
July 15, 2008, New York, NY — Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP, the international law firm headquartered in New York, is pleased to announce that it has formed a strategic alliance with the Argentine law firm Fernandez Quiroga, Ayarragaray & Ocampo.
The strategic alliance will significantly enhance the professional cooperation between the two firms, which already work closely together representing common clients. Curtis and Fernandez Quiroga will also continue to look for ways to provide their services in a more integrated manner.
Fernandez Quiroga has a growing and sophisticated corporate and financing practice. Major financial, industrial, real estate and energy companies, as well as state-owned entities, are among the main clients of the firm.
Curtis has been actively involved in Latin America for over a century, and the formation of this strategic alliance is consistent with its long-standing commitment to the region. Curtis' Latin American practice group, one of the largest and most experienced of any international firm, regularly represents private and public clients on complex inbound and outbound matters.
About Fernandez Quiroga, Ayarragaray & Ocampo Abogados S.C.
Fernandez Quiroga is a Buenos Aires law firm established in 1997. Its main practice includes corporate law, banking and finance, capital markets, mergers & acquisitions, joint ventures, real estate, labor, and litigation. For additional information, please visit www.fqo.com.ar.