The Firm advises the legal and business issues faced by our clients in the telecommunications, media and technology sector and its regulatory body on all aspects including regulatory, corporate, and licensing issues.
The Firm has been involved in the legal restructuring of the industry from the beginning and has some of the major players in the business among our clients portfolio.
The Firm’s attorneys understand the legal and commercial issues that their clients face in this sector. We see procedures before the regulatory body in all aspects of the law, and we also help with regulatory, corporate and licensing issues.
Our Technology practice is dedicated to assist clients on a cost-effectively manner regarding the drafting and negotiation of vendor contract related matters. We understand the underlying technology, legal, compliance, regulatory, business and risk considerations.
FABREGA MOLINO provide legal advice concerning the drafting and negotiating of technology contracts, including but not limited to, software license agreements, complex strategic alliances, online marketing and advertising agreements, web and cloud services agreements, independent contractor agreements and more.
Our attorneys have substantial expertise in the area of Telecommunications, Media & Technology. Our experts are provided with the technical and practical knowledge that includes all the regulatory aspects for the providers of services and of infrastructure, to mention a few.
We advise Digicel Group, one of the four mobile network operators in Panama, in all regulatory and commercial matters. The Firm has advised Digicel since it’s initial concession process in 2008.
The Firm represented the IT Consortium El Corte Inglés – Ayesa Advanced Technologies, S.A. in the bid for the “Supply and Installation of an Integrated System of Government Resource Planning (GRP)”, which was awarded to the consortium.
The Firm acted as legal counsel of Oracle de Centroamérica S.A., an American multinational computer technology corporation, regarding a contract with the Panama Canal Authority.
José Agustin Preciado