Doing Business in Argentina

Our comprehensive guide to understanding the legal framework and environment for doing business in Argentina.


Our Argentina lawyers work on some of the most complex matters in Latin America, including advising Brazilian mining company Vale on the contractual and employment issues related to its suspension of Rio Colorado, a mining project in Argentina's Mendoza province halted over economic and nationalization concerns. We managed the termination of US$ 1 billion in construction agreements and subsequent litigation, worked with the unions and negotiated with the provincial and national authorities to maintain Vale's mining rights.


Buenos Aires

Cecilia Grierson 255, 6th Floor
Buenos Aires C1107CPE
Tel: +54 11 4310 2200 Fax: +54 11 4310 2299

Buenos Aires Center

Cecilia Grierson 222, 4th Floor
Buenos Aires C1107CPF
Tel: +54 11 6065 5100

Over the past 40 years we have developed a reputation as trusted counsel to leading companies in Argentina, helping them adapt to the country’s evolving business environment by providing practical legal advice and local insight. We represent clients in a full range of legal matters, from commercial disputes and unfair competition claims to consumer protection and competition issues.

Our Argentina office is committed to making a difference in our community.

Pro bono: Our lawyers and staff participate in a variety of pro bono initiatives in Argentina, working with several non-profit organizations including the Thomson Reuters Foundation, Stichting Nederlands Instituut Buenos Aires, Acen - Asociacion Civil Educando Nos, Colegio de Abogados de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires, FUNDALEU, Save the Children, Pro Mujer, Asociación ALUA and UTDT.

Community Service: We work with Fundacion Pilares to provide job and life skills training and education. In addition to our regular donation, we collaborate on several projects, including voluntary activities and hosting fundraising events, such as Hospital Rivadavia annual dinner. We invite all members of the office to participate with their families.