has a practice that is focused on and has been developed in corporate law and administrative Law. Mrs Espinosa is an associate practising in the firm’s Corporate Division. She represents clients in corporate and administrative matters. Mrs Espinosa has a broad range of experience representing clients in setting up new companies, advising about the best legal options and registration before the state institutions, particularly incorporation procedures before the Tax Administration, Municipality and Commercial Registry. Her corporate and administrative law practice includes counselling clients in regulatory compliance, legal assistance in all kinds of administrative proceedings, constant interaction with the Tax and Municipal Administration in the procedures for opening and registration of companies as well as company dissolution and liquidation. Mrs Espinosa has worked in cases on contentious administrative matters, including administrative litigations, appeals, counterclaims and objections related to tax and municipality issues. She was admitted to the Supreme Court of Nicaragua in 2012.
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