We provide a wide range of customized, legal services tailored to the needs of our global client base. We provide counsel on matters ranging from corporate structures, legal entities, residential and commercial real estate, mergers and acquisitions, contracts, business immigration, employment agreements, international personnel transfers, regulatory compliance (Federal, State and Local levels).
We collaborate with certified public accountants and tax specialists to develop the best tax structures in the U.S. and internationally.
We have provided successful counsel to multi-national corporations, start-ups, and individuals in a wide-variety of industries:
Denuble Law provides advice in choosing the best, most advantageous entity structure based on the nature of the business, local and international regulations, and tax strategies. Our services include assistance on the initial formation of domestic and off-shore legal entities, drafting by-laws and operating agreements, shareholders agreements, business transaction agreements, tax compliance, government registrations and licenses, mergers and acquisitions, and dissolution and liquidation of the Entities.
Denuble Law provides comprehensive legal service throughout a contract’s full life cycle. From the initial draft to the final negotiations and execution, our firm provides counsel on a wide-variety of contracts and agreements, including: purchase and sale of businesses, commercial leases, franchise, distribution, licensing, commercial agency, consulting service, non-compete, and domestic/international goods and services transactions.
Real estate laws can be complex and difficult to navigate for foreign companies and individuals. Denuble Law represents foreign and domestic sellers and buyers on residential and commercial real estate transactions in New York.
All countries place limitations on the rights of foreign nationals to enter, live and work within their boundaries, restricting the talent pool for many multi-national companies, who rely on foreigners with critical skills for their business’s success. Denuble Law provides advice in maneuvering the complex array of rules, visa regulations, registrations, reporting requirements, and procedures that dictate a worker’s ability to work in a foreign country. Denuble’s guidance in international estate planning, employment and immigration law provides a company with a more flexible and mobile workforce.
The firm provides counsel and prepares applications to the U.S. immigration authorities without limitations to the following non-immigrant visas:
B-1 (Business visitor)
E-1 (Treaty trader)
E-2 (Treaty investor)
H-1B (Specialty occupations in fields requiring highly specialized knowledge)
H-2 (Temporary workers)
L-1 (Intra-company transferees)
O-1 (Foreign national with extraordinary ability in Sciences, Arts, Education, Business, or Athletics)
We also provide advice to foreign nationals who pursue Lawful Permanent Residency in the United States, throughout employment-based sponsorship and investment.
In 1995, after working in the Argentine Judiciary, Luis joined Noetinger & Armando, a top-tier law firm in Buenos Aires, where he developed his professional career over sixteen years in the fields of Intellectual Property, Product Liability, Consumer Law, Contracts and Complex Litigation.
Luis Denuble was an active member of the Association Internationale des Jeunes Avocats (AIJA) and has authored several Country Reports for the Republic of Argentina on Intellectual Property, Litigation and Arbitration, among others. He has been a panelist and speaker at many conferences and symposia in Argentina and abroad, including the Annual Conferences of AIJA in Toronto, and Budapest.
Being a recognized scholar, Luis was appointed professor of Civil Procedure and Consumer Law at both the University of Buenos Aires and Universidad de Ciencias Empresariales y Sociales (UCES).
Luis moved to New York in 2013 to join Melchionna & Associates P.C. as a Foreign Legal Consultant. He was admitted to the New York Bar Association in 2014 and headed the Gandolfo LLC’s New York Office from 2015, until he founded Denuble Law PLLC.
Luis enjoys soccer, tennis, running, biking, kayaking and martial arts. He lives in Long Island with his wife and four children.
Universidad Católica Argentina, Buenos Aires
Juris Doctor (Abogado) 1995
Boston University School of Law, Boston
Master in Laws (LLM) in American Law 2003
Professor of Consumer Law in the Master of Laws Program 2011- 2012
Universidad de Ciencias Empresariales y Sociales (UCES), Buenos Aires, Argentina
Academic Secretary and Professor of Consumer Law in a post J.D. program 2008-2012
Universidad de Ciencias Empresariales y Sociales (UCES), Buenos Aires, Argentina
Professor of Civil Procedure 2006–2010
FORES (ONG that promotes continuous improvement of the Judiciary Power in Argentina and Latin America, through a comprehensive judicial reform through research, training and technical assistance)
Assistant Professor of Civil Procedure 2001-2002; 2004
Buenos Aires University (U.B.A.), Buenos Aires, Argentina
Coauthor: “The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Class & Group Actions 2016. Chapter for Argentina in Class Action Developments”, Global Legal Group, London (2016)
Coauthor: “The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Class & Group Actions 2015. Chapter for Argentina in Class Action Developments”, Global Legal Group, London (2015)
Author: “Erin Brockovich turns European: is there an interest for Class Actions?” submitted at 53º Annual Congress of Association Internationale des Jeunes Avocats (A.I.J.A.), Prague, Czech Republic and published as an E-Book by Wolters Kluwer Italia S.r.l Strada I, Palazzo F6 – 20090 Milanofiori Assago (MI), Italy (2015)
Coauthor: “Notes on the Current Argentine Civil and Commercial Code Bill,” International Bar Association, Latin American Regional Forum, Newsletter of the International Bar Association, Legal Practice Division, Vol. 7 No. 1 (March 2014)
Coauthor “Argentine Supreme Court Reverses Nineteen Billion Dollar Lien Against Chevron Argentina”, in Newsletter Legal of the American Bar Association, Latin American and Caribbean Law Committee, (April – June 2013)
Coauthor: “Prescription Drugs and the duty to warn”, in “Issues of Consumer Law”, Fundacion de Cultura Universitaria, Montevideo, Uruguay (2011)
Coauthor: “Getting the Deal Through – Product Liability”. Chapter related to Argentina. Law Business Research Ltd., London, England (2010)
Author: “Too Common to be civil? A look for different approaches to accomplish same results” submitted at 48º Annual Congress of Association Internationale des Jeunes Avocats (A.I.J.A.), Charleston, United States of America (2010)
Coauthor: “Thoughts on the Novel Lack of Typification of Trademark Counterfeit”, in “El Derecho”, Law Journal, Buenos Aires, Argentina (2010)
Coauthor: “Getting the Deal Through – Product Liability”. Chapter related to Argentina. Law Business Research Ltd., London, England (2009)
Author: “Making and breaking license and distribution agreements. Risks and rewards, practical tips and lessons learned” submitted at 47º Annual Congress of Association Internationale des Jeunes Avocats (A.I.J.A.), Budapest, Hungary (2009)
Coauthor: “The Real Weapons: Interim Measures in Civil and Criminal Cases”. Chapter related to Argentina. Dike Editors, Zurich, Switzerland (2009)
Coauthor: “Getting the Deal Through – Product Liability”. Chapter related to Argentina. Law Business Research Ltd., London, England (2008)
Author: “Litigators Enter the Competition Law Arena” submitted at 47º Annual Congress of Association Internationale des Jeunes Avocats (A.I.J.A.), Paris, France (2008)
Author: “Insolvency across borders” submitted at 46º Annual Congress of Association Internationale des Jeunes Avocats (A.I.J.A.), Toronto, Canadá (August 2007)
Coauthor: “The International Comparative Guide to Product Liability”. Chapter related to Argentina. Global Legal Group, London, England (2007)
Coauthor: “The Internet in 2007: Content vs. Networks: Who is the winner and why?” submitted at 46º Annual Congress of Association Internationale des Jeunes Avocats (A.I.J.A.), Toronto, Canadá (2007)
Coauthor: “Pharmaceutical Advertising. A practical Insight to cross-border Pharmaceutical Advertising work”. Chapter related to Argentina. Global Legal Group, London (2006)
Author: “Consumer Defense: A new scenario” Spanish Chamber of Commerce in Argentina’ s magazine (2005)
“Real Estate Abroad” in the “Legal Supplement of El Cronista Comercial”. Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 3rd, 2016.
“Being Licensed Abroad”, in AUNO ABOGADOS magazine, March 2015
“Foreign Magnet” in the “Legal Supplement of El Cronista Comercial” June 4th, 2014
Interview in program AUNO ABOGADOS, Wu Digital radio, May 20th, 2014 http://www.aunoabogados.com.ar/images/mp3/AUNO%2020-05-14_b.mp3
Appear # 56 in the Ranking of the most relevant Attorneys of Argentina. “Apertura Magazine (August 2011) “Trademarks to December and Patents to March” in the “Legal Supplement of El Cronista Comercial” July 12th, 2011
“Consumer: It has arrived the time to respond”, in the “Legal Supplement of El Cronista Comercial” October 12th, 2010
“Human Resources: The power of Consumer”, in the “Legal Supplement of El Cronista Comercial” August 10th, 2010
“Will Class Actions create a huge wave of new lawsuits?” in the “Legal Supplement of El Cronista Comercial” June 4th, 2007
“Class Actions” in “A.D.N. Abogados de Negocios” Magazine, December 2006.
“Class Actions: The final decisions will be Res Judicata with erga omnes effects” in the “Legal Supplement of El Cronista Comercial” November 27th, 2006
“Class Actions and Punitive Damages” in the “American Chamber of Commerce in Argentina’s Magazine” November 2006.