C.R. & F. Rojas - Abogados
Member firm for Bolivia

Firm Overview

Founded in 1900 by Casto Rojas, C.R. & F. Rojas – Abogados is the oldest and one of the largest law firms in Bolivia. It is based in the capital city of La Paz and maintains an office in Santa Cruz de la Sierra as well as correspondent offices in all other major cities.

Beginning as a family firm that currently extends to the fourth generation, the firm has expanded to include first-rate lawyers from around the country. After more than 110 years of dedicated service to its clients, the firm continues to thrive and has developed an extensive network of affiliates throughout the globe.

C.R. & F. Rojas – Abogados advise and represent a diverse group of entities of varying sizes. It works as Bolivian counsel for many foreign corporations and embassies, as regional counsel to a number of national clients, and as specialty counsel on a matter-by-matter basis.

Areas of Practice:

• Agribusiness
• Aircraft Financing, Leasing and Registration
• Arbitration and Conciliation
• Banking Law
• Bankruptcy
• Commercial Law
• Construction
• Contracts and Services
• Corporate Governance
• Corporate Services
• Energy
• Environment
• Equipment Financing and Leasing
• Estates
• Family
• Financing and Registration of Ships
• Foreign Investment
• Franchise
• Government Procurement
• Immigration
• Insurance and Reinsurance
• Intellectual Property
• Labor, Employment and Benefits
• Litigation and Dispute Resolution
• Mergers and Acquisitions
• Mining
• Non-profit Entities
• Oil and Gas
• Pharmaceutical Products
• Public and Private Partnerships
• Real Estate
• Social Security
• Stock Markets
• Tax
• Technology Transfer
• Telecommunications
• Transportation

Other Offices

C.R. & F. Rojas - Abogados
Avenida Las Américas 7
Torres Cainco (Centro Empresarial), Piso 12
Santa Cruz,
Tel. 591.3.337.7474
Fax 591.3.337.7477

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