Juan E. Zúñiga, who is an international transactions attorney and the Managing Partner at Rimon Law, a global law firm with 46 offices around the world joins Enterprise Radio. Juan is one of the first members of the Latinx community to be appointed to the Managing Partner position.
This episode of Enterprise Radio is on association with the Legal Corner.
- Tell us about your practice and role at Rimon Law?
- Lots of firms are struggling with retaining talent and finding proper work life balance for their attorneys. How and why do you believe Rimon is thriving in this environment?
- Can we speak to Rimon’s ever-expanding Latin America practice? How important is geographical inclusivity and the sharing of core competencies across offices?
- What are the challenges of doing business virtually and what are the opportunities in the legal industry?
- Where do you see Rimon Law in 5 years’ time?
Juan E. Zúñiga is an international transactions attorney who has worked on cross-border deals throughout the United States, Latin America and in over 60 other countries. He is also the Managing Partner of Rimon.
His practice is focused on buying and selling real estate, resort and hospitality transactions, mergers & acquisitions, overseas distribution agreements, international joint ventures, foreign trade and commerce, workouts of distressed assets, lending and investment issues. He has been particularly sought out for his handling of cross-border transactions, especially in Latin America. In this work, he represents American clients in their investments in overseas properties and in establishing subsidiary operations internationally. Additionally, he represents foreign clients in their investments in the United States.
Prior to Rimon, Juan Zuniga was the founding partner of Cross Border Law Group, P.C. Before that he was an attorney at both Heller Ehrman and Baker and McKenzie. He received his J.D. from Harvard Law School (1992) and his A.B. from Harvard College (1986).
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