We count among our clients and have served as trusted legal advisors to foreign governments, domestic and international companies, international airlines, permanent missions to the United Nations, world-renowned artists, and individuals from many nations. Wolf Popper’s San Juan office provides us with a gateway to Latin America and the civil law system. Further, Carlos López López, our resident partner in Puerto Rico, is the former President of the Inter-American Bar Association and Chairman of that Association’s International Law Committee. Moreover, Wolf Popper’s relationships with law firms in many countries around the world facilitate our representation of our foreign clients.
Wolf Popper also represents clients in international transactions. For example, we represented Zurab Tsereteli, President of the Russian Academy of Art, in connection with the installation of his 100-foot monument, “To the Struggle against World Terrorism” (www.911monument.com), a gift from the artist and the president and people of the Russian Federation to the people of the United States, which monument stands on a peninsula at the entrance to New York harbor directly in front of the Statue of Liberty.
In addition to our office in San Juan, Wolf Popper employs a Spanish lawyer in our New York headquarters. Several attorneys are fully bilingual in Spanish and English. Attorneys and professional staff also speak other languages, including French, Ukrainian, Russian, Polish, Hebrew, Albanian, Creole, and Chinese (certain dialects); and we have access to interpreters in all languages.
If you have questions related to either domestic or international corporate or commercial matters, please contact Wolf Popper for assistance.