The pace of economic development in Central America is directly affected by the quality of each country's infrastructure. To meet increasing public needs, specialized financing techniques are required in infrastructure, energy, public services, and other development sectors. The complexities inherent in such project financing structures require particular experience in order to properly assess and manage legal risks.
BLP counsels on the management of public services, as well as offers specialized legal advice to multilateral organizations, international financial institutions, developers, and sponsors in public procurement and public works concessions. In addition, the firm has considerable experience in expropriation proceedings, concessions within the Maritime Terrestrial Zone and in advising local and foreign companies on tariffs applicable to public services before the Public Services Regulatory Authority.
"They answer promptly and work with flexibility and a commercial spirit in order to achieve objectives. They have a profound knowledge of the regional legal market and the regulatory aspects of projects."
Chambers and Partners