Av. El Golf 150, Piso 4, Las Condes
Tel: (56 2) 2 445 6000
Fax: (56 2) 2 361 1789
Founded in 1991 in Santiago, Albagli Zaliasnik is one of the leading law firms not only in Chile, but in all of Latin America, recognized for its excellence and innovative legal services in Corporate Law, Litigation, and Industrial and Intellectual Property.
The Firm’s highly respected status is rooted in its unique approach to legal services leading to the development of the AZ Compliance model – a new strategy focused on prevention to revolutionize traditional legal services structure through evaluating the legal implications for clients in advance in order for them to be better equipped to face the future.
AZ’s experience and vision in multiple practice areas of law as well as their specialized knowledge in a variety of industries allow the firm to fully satisfy the needs and requirements of its clients, thus leading them to the most adequate and efficient solution for themselves, whether they are individuals, companies, private or public organizations.
Albagli Zaliasnik’s unique strength derives from working with international clients, especially on Intellectual Property matters. More than 70% of their clients are international companies.
The Intellectual Property area is best known for its extensive knowledge and expertise in Anti-Counterfeiting and Litigation, not to forget Patents and Trademarks.
More specifically, the department has a long-standing history of handling clients in Pharmaceuticals, as well as Entertainment, Retail, and Celebrities among others industries.
Areas of practice: Corporate Law, Advertising and Marketing Law, Foreign Investments, Project Finance, M&A, Securities, Antitrust, Banking and Finance, Natural Resources, Telecommunications and Media Law, Electricity, Human Resources, Intellectual and Industrial Property, Internet Law, Constitutional Law, Commercial Arbitration and Mediation, Litigation, Anti-Counterfeiting and General Practice.
This October, the Chilean Supreme Court issued a decision confirming that the sale of chocolates in the shape of Santa Claus is contrary to the recently enacted food labeling law that forbids the use of commercial hooks to...
Author: Ariela Agosin, Albagli Zaliasnik The final chapter of what started with the Tobacco Plain Packaging Act of 2011 in Australia remains to be seen, with a complaint presented by Ukraine, Honduras, Dominican Republic,...