Fabiola Medina Garnes is founding partner of Medina Garrigó. She has ample experience in the public administration and in private practice. Served as Head Assistant to the Chief Legal Advisor of the President of the Dominican Republic (1982-1985) and was Associate and Partner of renowned law firms in the Dominican Republic, concentrating her practice in Litigation, Arbitration, Administrative Law, Telecommunications Law and Tax Law.
In his practice he regularly works on cases related to administrative law, contentious and administrative. These cases often concern other major branches of law, such as telecommunications, electricity, banking and insurance. Within telecommunications he has legally represented Compañía Dominicana de Telefonos, S.A. (Claro) in multiple administrative proceedings held before the regulatory entity, related to the use and administration of the radio electric spectrum, fair competition, interconnection contracts, among many others. His practice has been equally focused in general dispute resolution, especially on civil and commercial matters.
Ms. Sánchez specializes in corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, business planning and structuring, real estate transactions and environmental law, as well as tax incentive laws (duty-free zones, foreign investment, touristic-real estate development, etc.).
She served as Legal Regulatory Management Lawyer for the Electrical Distribution Company EDESUR (2003-2004) and was an attorney of the Contract Review Unit of the Legal Adviser of the Executive Branch (2000-2003).
Patricia is a senior associate of the firm, active in different areas of the law, concentrating her practice on corporate financing, contracts, corporate governance, tax law, commercial and international business law, intellectual property, real estate and trusts, with significant experience drafting contracts ranging from small business contract to large corporation contracts.
Her practice areas include business, administrative law, antitrust, arbitration, securities, finance, consumer law, civil litigation, among others.
Jansy Castro started her career as a criminal specialist as a Public Defender from 2005 to 2010; then she worked as an in-house lawyer for the Superintendence of Banks of the Dominican Republic until 2014; then she was a lawyer for the Constitutional Court of the Dominican Republic until 2016. Her practice includes general criminal law and criminal business law. She is an expert in banking regulation matters and constitutional law aspects. She has also been a professor of criminal procedure law, constitutional law and banking regulation.
Is a graduate of the Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra (PUCMM), in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic where he obtained his law degree in 2004. He also completed a master's degree in French, European and International Private Law in the double degree program of the Pantheon-Assas University (Paris II) and Apec University.
Leidy Aracena is a graduate of the Faculty of Legal and Political Sciences from Universidad Iberoamericana (UNIBE) with a master's degree in Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure.
Tamara Haidée Aquino Veras is an associate attorney at the firm in the litigation department.
She is experienced in providing legal assistance to national and international clients in diverse areas of private law, advising constantly on commercial and tax matters, as well as on strategic transactions, real estate transactions, drafting and negotiation of agreements. She is also knowledgeable in public law.