Interview with our outstanding Corporate Business Partner, Gina Hernández. Discover her insightful insights in this newsletter from the Official Spanish Chamber of Commerce in the Dominican Republic:


Alburquerque Consultores & Abogados takes pride in their outstanding collaboration in Legal 500’s The Deals Yearbook 2023, where our Managing Partner, José Manuel Alburquerque, and our Corporate Business Partner, Gina Hernández, share their expertise and knowledge in the field of mergers and acquisitions through a highly relevant article. This further reaffirms our position as industry leaders and contributes to the success of key transactions in the business arena. We invite you to read this article through the following links:

During our Terralex Global Meeting in Mexico, we had the opportunity to meet with Lloreda, Camacho & Co, a Colombian firm, represented by Mr. Ignacio Santamaría, a partner. We had the pleasure of discussing his extensive experience in various industries, strategies, and alliances that benefit both jurisdictions.

Within the framework of the Terralex Global meeting in Mexico City, we had the opportunity to meet with the Lowenstein Sandler LLP office, from the United States, to discuss opportunities and create synergies for clients from both jurisdictions in corporate and investment matters.

From May 3 to 6, Alburquerque Abogados Consultores was participating in the Terralex 2023 Global meeting, this time held in Mexico City, with the member firm of that country, Santamarina + Steta, as the host firm. At this meeting, we had the opportunity to participate in several strategic sessions and different practice areas, as well as meetings with firms from different countries to strengthen ties and work together to support our clients from different jurisdictions.

We are very grateful for the recognition given to our partners José Manuel Alburquerque and Prinkin Jiménez by the Women, Business, and Law 2023 team. Highlighting the support in research and contribution to make possible the ninth edition of the publication of a series of studies measuring progress towards gender equality in 190 economies by examining laws and regulations that affect women’s economic opportunities. This year, this new edition provides the first comprehensive assessment of annual data collected over the past five decades from 1970 to 2022.