Ramos, Chue y Associados
Calle 54 Obarrio, diagonal a Generali
Edificio Twist 54 (Hotel Grace)
Piso 30, Oficinas D, E, F.
Panamá, Republic de Panamá
P.O. Box 0831-00674, Zona Paitalla
T: +507 201 5532/33
F: +507 201 5534
Founded in 1988, Ramos, Chue y Associados is a full service law firm, providing services in Panamanian and international law, including commercial, civil, administrative, and family law, and handles all aspects of civil and criminal litigation. Edna Ramos has been a member of the Criminal & Penitentiary Affairs Commission, National Bar Association – Panama (1991-2007); President of Procedural Law Commission, National Bar Association – Panama (2005-2007); member of the Board of Directors of the National Bar Association – Panama (1995-1997; 2003-2005); President of the Profession Defense Commission, National Bar Association – Panama (2007-2009, 2014-20015); and the current President of the Lawyer’s Trade Unionist Movement (“M.A.G.” in Spanish 2014-2015), and executive member of the Criminal Law Committee of the Inter-American Bar Association (IABA, headquartered in Washington, D.C.).
Wolf Popper PSC
654 Muñoz Rivera Ave.
San Juan, PR 00918
Telephone: (787) 522-0200
Facsimile: (787) 522-0201
Wolf Popper PSC was founded in Puerto Rico in 2009 as a result of Wolf Popper LLP’s desire to use Puerto Rico as a gateway to providing legal services to the countries in Latin America. Wolf Popper PSC is a Puerto Rican corporation which focuses on the legal representation of clients, both in Puerto Rico and throughout Latin America. Its founder and resident partner of Wolf Popper LLP, Carlos E. López López has over 20 years of experience in the legal profession. The firm has a diverse practice and offers experience in a broad range of legal services, including litigation, corporate, commercial, labor and employment, administrative, government, immigration, health, and environmental law. The firm also has extensive experience representing corporate and private clients in connection with matters involving the Government of Puerto Rico.