We help organizations protect their interests and achieve their goals, through political and legal strategies.

We help organizations protect their interests and achieve their goals, through political and legal strategies.

About Us

Sigüenza y Carrascosa is a boutique law firm founded in 2015 as an effort to improve the quality of legislation, public policies and institutions in Central America and the Caribbean. Legislative activity can enable, regulate, or prohibit the activities of citizens. Isolating oneself from legislative action is not an option.

We have operations in Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic.

Guatemala

El Salvador

Honduras

Costa Rica

Dominican Republic

What we do

Our team is prepared to help organizations protect their interests and achieve their goals, through political and legal strategies. We have the right information at the right time. 

Legislative tracking and analysis

We study general and specific risks that bills can generate to our client’s activity.

Comparative law and
legislative and regulatory design

We use comparative law as a tool to solve legal issues.

Corporate law services

We specialize in supporting the management of our clients' legal interests.

Our portfolio

We are prepared and have the experience that allows us to efficiently find the best solutions. Here are some of the cases that we have analyzed, monitored and in some cases, also managed for our clients.

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In our firm we have studied these alliance models to determine how to apply them in environmental and public health matters.
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The use of personal data in the digital era is surely one of the matters that has been most regulated in the last 10 years around the world.

The latest on our blog

Find out about the latest in the legal field and public policies in the countries where we have a presence.

Durante el periodo extraordinario la Comisión Permanente asume todas las funciones de la Junta Directiva.
Bienvenidos a la tercera entrega de nuestra serie dedicada a analizar la actividad de las autoridades de competencia en Centroamérica y América Latina. En esta ocasión, dirigimos nuestra mirada hacia Costa Rica, un país que ha emergido como un jugador clave en el escenario económico regional.