Name: Naviky A. Tugwell
Firm Name: Tugwell's Law Firm
Jurisdiction: Honduras
Practice Area: Administrative Law


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Professional Biography:

Leaders in Law endorses Naviky A. Tugwell as our exclusively recommended Energy Law expert in Honduras. If you wish to get in touch with Naviky please use the contact information provided above.

Naviky A. Tugwell is a specialist in:

  • Registry Matters of the Purchase-sale and commercialization of oil and all its derivatives
  • Special Regimes: registries and tax exemptions, as well as waivers
  • Maritime affairs, Seafarers’ qualifications and Ship Registry
  • Real estate and registry law
  • Administrative Law
  • Trademark and Patent Registrations
  • Banking and corporate law
  • PPA
  • Biddings

She is also a law speaker in different organizations and Universities.

Working groups where she has participated:

  • Socialization of the Hydrocarbons Law celebrated in the National Congress of Honduras
  • Socialization of the reform to the Fisheries Law celebrated in the General Directorate of the Merchant Marine
  • Socialization of the formulation of the National Youth Policy 2018-2030 held at the National Youth Institute
  • Collaboration in the construction of the National Energy Policy 2050 held via virtual through MS-Teams

Naviky Tugwell is currently a member of the following organisations:

International Bar Association (IBA)

The foremost organization for international legal practitioners, bar associations and law societies. Established in 1947, shortly after the creation of the United Nations, the IBA was born out of the conviction that an organization made up of the world’s bar associations could contribute to global stability and peace through the administration of justice. The present membership is comprised of more than 80,000 individual international lawyers from most of the world’s leading law firms and some 190 bar associations and law societies spanning more than 170 countries.

The IBA has considerable expertise in providing assistance to the global legal community, and through its global membership it influences the development of international law reform and shapes the future of the legal profession throughout the world.

Ibero-American Institute of Maritime Law (IIDM)

It’s the first and only existing Maritime Law organization in the geographical and cultural sphere of the Spanish and Portuguese-speaking countries, with members from more than 20 countries in the Ibero-American region and as attached members from extra-regional countries such as the US, Canada, United Kingdom, Italy, France and Germany.

The Ibero-American Institute of Maritime Law begins its life with the Lisbon Declaration, signed on May 24, 1985, during the celebration of the XXXIII Conference of the International Maritime Committee, held in Lisbon, Portugal.

International Trademark Association (INTA)

It’s a global association of brand owners and professionals dedicated to supporting trademarks and related intellectual property (IP) to foster consumer trust, economic growth, and innovation.

INTA was founded in 1878 to protect and promote the rights of trademark owners, to secure useful legislation, and to give aid and encouragement to all efforts for the advancement and observance of trademark rights.

The membership comprises more than 34,350 professionals, including brand owners from major corporations, small- and medium-sized enterprises, law firms, and nonprofits. The community also includes government agency members, professors, and law students from around the world and offices in multiple regions.

IR Global

It’s a multi-disciplinary professional services network that provides legal, accountancy, financial advice to companies and individuals around the world. Represented in 155+ jurisdictions, covering over 70 unique practice areas, we are perfectly placed to offer the highest quality bespoke advice that meets the needs of the most complex client requirements.

IR Global members represent the world’s leading legal, accountancy and financial advisers. Each firm subjected to a stringent vetting process upon joining, in which we analyse reputation, rankings and feedback from peers. Each member is recommended exclusively by jurisdiction and practice area expertise.

Conciliation and Arbitration Center of the Chamber of Commerce and Industries of Tegucigalpa as an Arbitrator

It’s a space created by the Chamber of Commerce and Industries of Tegucigalpa and regulated by law, in order to offer natural or legal persons a service for the resolution of their conflicts by holding a conciliatory or arbitration process quickly and efficient optimizing yields.

The best option to resolve disputes of a patrimonial nature is through conciliation or arbitration. Also all those controversies derived from any breach in the contracts of lease, sale, insurance, surety, supply, provision of services, construction, loan, dissolution of companies, etc.

Honduran Bar Association (CAH)

A Honduran institution that works to improve the conditions of the legal professional, founded more than 100 years ago, seeks to promote the study of law and stimulate the exercise of the profession, seeking all the decent and adequate means available to it, to maintain the cohesion, morality and solidarity of its members

Past Memberships:

Member of the Youth Council of the Honduras Open Government Partnertship (Jóvenes-AGAH)

With the purpose of giving young people greater participation in the initiative of the Open Government Partnership, the Youth Council was created, allowing its young members to be active actors in the process of formulation, follow-up and monitoring of the commitments of the Plan of Action of Open Government-Honduras.

The Open Government Partnership is a broad partnership based on the idea that an open government is more accessible, more responsive, and more accountable to citizens, and that improving the relationship between people and their government has long-term, exponential benefits for everyone.

78 countries and a growing number of local governments—representing more than 2 billion people—along with thousands of civil society organizations are members.

Junior Chamber International: formation of the Académica chapter as legal advisor (JCI Académica)

Junior Chamber International, commonly referred to as JCI, is a non-profit international non-governmental organization of young people. The first local Junior Chamber chapter was founded in 1915 and operate in 5,000 cities located in 110 nations and territories. It has around 200,000 members.

It has consultative status with the Council of Europe, with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations and with UNESCO. It encourages young people to become active citizens and to participate in efforts towards social and economic development, and international cooperation, good-will and understanding

In Académica Chapter members take initiative to solve local challenges in Tegucigalpa. More than a one-time donation or service opportunity, it focusses on sustainable impact. It only takes one active citizen to change the world. Be that active citizen today.

Firm Desccription

Tugwell’s Law Firm members serve as “trusted advisors” to their clients. Their comprehensive knowledge gives their clients security and confidence that they will receive an accurate and honest legal advice. They invest time and effort understanding the priorities and needs of the client’s transaction and, as a result, obtain their clients’ loyalty.

They have built a reputation of providing the highest quality of legal advice as well as the highest level of personalized service. Their experience and knowledge characterize them. Clients expect the best from them.

In addition, they reputation for transparency and business integrity through the law sets them apart from competitors and continues to attract top talent to the firm.

They are practical and efficient attorneys, notaries and advisors, with great ability to critical analysis, an above-average analytical capacity, and have the necessary tools to convey knowledge to the client. They are characterized by their intuition, attention to detail, accuracy, and their ability to anticipate the needs and risks of the client.

 

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