Lex Mundi in Central America


World Ready in El Salvador

  • International Banking and Finance
  • Anti Counterfeiting and Litigation
  • Intellectual Property
  • Corporate and Foreign Investment
  • Labor/ Employment
  • Aviation and Ports
  • Telecommunication
  • Taxes
  •  Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Licensing and franchising

World Ready in Panama

  • Capital Markets and Banking
  • Corporate Services
  • Estates and Private Clients
  • Government Contracts and Permits
  • Intellectual Property
  • Litigation and Arbitration
  • Mergers, Acquisitions and Joint Ventures
  • Regulatory Work
  • Real Estate and Property
  • Taxation

World Ready in Nicaragua

  • Mining / Energy Law
  • Real Estate
  • Environmental Law
  • Contracts
  • Labor Law
  • Foreign Investments
  • Banking and Financing Law
  • Franchise and Distribution
  • Intellectual Property
  • Telecommunications
  • Corporate Law

World Ready in Honduras

  • Mining and Energy
  • Exploration and Exploitation     
  • Public Private Partnerships Law
  • Environmental Law       
  • Corporate law
  • Representatives, Distributors and Agents Law   
  • Labor Law        
  • Telecommunications Law
  • International Project Finance
  • Foreign Investment       

World Ready in Guatemala

  • Corporate law
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Banking and Finance
  • Foreign Investment
  • Commercial Contracts and Operations
  • Taxation
  • Telecommunications
  • Energy
  • Oil and Mining
  • Infrastructures

World Ready in Costa Rica

  • Litigation and ADR
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Tax
  • Intellectual Property
  • Labor Law
  • Foreign Direct Investment
  • Immigration
  • Environmental Law and Natural Resources
  • Administrative
  • Real Estate

World Ready in Belize

  • Asset Tracing and Asset Protection
  • Corporate and Commercial Law
  • International Financial Services
  • Shipping and Admiralty Law
  • Intellectual Property, Trademarks and Patent Agents
  • Real Estate
  • Immigration


World Ready for Your Opportunities and Challenges in Central America


Rooted in agricultural exports, Central America is seeing incredible growth in mineral and petroleum production with a booming shipping and eco-tourism industry. The region is a financial services and logistics hub, with valuable access to North American markets. With growing nations and growing economies, the countries of Central America present incredible business opportunity.


Whether you are entering the Central American markets or seeking to expand across jurisdictions, a thorough understanding of emerging legal frameworks is a critical starting point.


Business leaders are faced with the need to respond to an accelerating pace of competition while complying with increasing standards for corporate conduct and performance.  


With a unique on-the-ground presence in all seven Central American countries and legal advisors experienced in doing business across the region, Lex Mundi member firms offer an unparalleled network of expertise with deep local insight and a flexible, commercially-oriented approach to legal solutions.


Indigenous Insight


Each Lex Mundi member firm is an expert in its jurisdiction and has in-depth knowledge and understanding of its respective markets—how those markets were developed, their peculiarities, their drivers and their rules and regulations. And, because member firms have extensive local industry expertise they are able to shape informed and innovative strategies for you in any key sector or industry.


Seamless Cross-Border Service


Doing business in Central American markets requires an understanding of the legal systems at work across the region, coupled with seamless cross-border legal service. Based on longstanding working relationships around the world and guided by Lex Mundi’s seamless service protocols, Lex Mundi member firms are able to assemble experienced client teams to deliver multijurisdictional solutions. These teams allow you to work with a single member law firm while benefiting from the broad, deep local expertise, know-how and connections of multiple Lex Mundi member firms.


Together Lex Mundi member firms provide extensive coverage and on-the-ground expertise anywhere your business needs to go in Central America.


Contact Us


For more information or to inquire about a matter, please contact Jorge Carrillo, Lex Mundi Head of Business Development & Strategy, Latin America (Tel: +571.346.2011 Ext. 8249).