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Pellerano & Herrera awarded as Dominican Firm of the Year

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Pellerano & Herrera awarded as Dominican Firm of the Year

IFLR Americas Awards recognized Pellerano & Herrera as the most innovative law firm

The prestigious publication, International Financial Law Review (IFLR), honored Pellerano & Herrera as the Dominican Republic’s “National Law Firm of the Year”, during the 2017 IFLR Americas Awards ceremony held on Thursday, May 18th at The Pierre Hotel in New York City.

The annual award of the specialized financial law publication was received by partners of the firm, Ricardo Pellerano and Luis Rafael Pellerano.

This recognition has the particularity that it is exclusively granted to the most innovative law firms in the execution of financial deals, whether these are complex and extraordinary or because the firms have introduced innovative approaches and legal structures.

IFLR also considers the introduction of state-of-the-art technology in law firm management, a concept led by Pellerano & Herrera in the local market during the last 25 years.

"We are honored that IFLR recognizes us as an agent of change in the legal services market in the Dominican Republic," said Ricardo Pellerano, managing partner of the firm, when receiving the award.

IFLR is the leading financial publication for lawyers in financial institutions, corporate and private practice with a team of law and finance journalists who conduct research in the United States, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Central America, South America and the Caribbean, and based on the results of its investigations, decides on the award recipient.

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