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Cascione Pulino Boulos & Santos and Hankyul Law Group are large national firms with broad coverage and stellar credentials in M+A, finance, construction, labor law and infrastructure projects.

Founded in 2009, Cascione Pulino Boulos & Santos is a 55+ lawyer firm based in São Paulo with a second office in Rio de Janeiro, that serves a variety of domestic and foreign clients operating in all major sectors of the Brazilian economy, from major multinationals to ultra-high net worth individuals and family offices. Cascione focuses on financial and capital markets matters, cross-border M&A and joint ventures, antitrust, banking and foreign exchange regulation, taxation, government contracts, infrastructure and project finance (energy, logistics, telecoms, water and sewage), environmental law, labor law, insolvency, litigation and arbitration. The firm is highly regarded in legal rankings, including by Chambers and Partners, and was cited in Legal 500 as having, “deep knowledge of different financial structures’ and a ‘strong capacity to understand the needs of international clients’.”

Cascione co-founder Marcos Pulino, says, “We are excited to join this group of exceptional firms, and to help further Ally’s mission of providing seamless, tier-one legal counsel to clients locally and across jurisdictions.”

Formed in 1997, Hankyul Law Group is a full-service 60+ lawyer firm based in Seoul, South Korea with a branch office in Pangyo, Gyeonggi-do, Korea. The 15th largest law firm in South Korea, as well as one of the fastest growing, Hankyul serves a variety of foreign and domestic clients. Their areas of focus include corporate, M&A, finance, construction/real estate, labor, intellectual property, media and family law. The firm has one of the leading M&A practices, having been ranked among the top ten firms in South Korea according to Mergermarket for number of deals for the last two years.




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