Sorting out your disagreements
Sometimes in business things do not always go as smoothly as planned. Commercial transactions occur every second of the day, most without any problem arising. But what happens when something goes sideways? Does your company have rights that it can enforce against the other parties to the deal?
Whatever controversy your business may be facing, Castro Sammartino & Pierini may help you solve it, or litigate when all other dispute resolution methods have been unsuccessful.
When a company comes to us with a dispute, we take a common-sense approach to the problem, and explore all possible courses of action to assist and better protect our client, cost-effectively and trying to avoid litigating the case or defending it up to the highest instances available.
Castro Sammartino & Pierini involve in litigation before lower, appellate and supreme courts, at both the federal and provincial levels.
We also deal with mediations, arbitrations, labor settlement procedures, consumer settlement procedures, and administrative jurisdictional procedures before national, provincial or town agencies.
In relation to arbitration, Mario Eduardo Castro Sammartino is a commercial arbitrator of the Arbitration Panel of the Public Bar of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires.
From our Legal Blog about Companies
Some amendments to commercialization contracts in Argentina have been drafted in the so-called Bill of Law Bases and Starting Points for the Freedom of the Argentines, sent by the National Executive Power to the National Congress
May companies have multiple corporate purposes in Argentina? Term of duration, insufficient capital, and other reforms of the IGJ
There is no legal prohibition for the incorporation of multiple-purpose companies. However, the previous management of the General Inspectorate of Justice (the IGJ) in charge of the Public Registry in the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, in the regulatory excess that characterized it, had restricted such possibility, as well as the term of duration, the possibility of freely choosing the capital stock, the requirement of publicity of private corporate matters, etc.
Argentina has new regulations on real estate leases under the Emergency Decree No. 70/2023 (hereinafter, the Decree). The Decree repeals, substitutes, and incorporates rules into the Argentine Civil and Commercial Code (hereinafter, the CCCN), and repeals leasing laws.