Venezuela has applied to annul a US$165 million ICSID award in favour of Luxembourg-steelmaker Tenaris over a Chavez-era expropriation – adding new counsel to its team.
There is limited time left to purchase tickets for the debut Latin Lawyer - GAR Live Arbitration Summit, which will take place in Miami on Thursday 27 April.
The record US$3.5 billion settlement between Odebrecht, its affiliate Braskem and enforcement authorities across three continents is being hailed as a benchmark for future cross-border resolutions. Lawyers who worked on the case talk to Vincent Manancourt on and off the record about how it was done
The results of Latin Lawyer’s 2017 fee survey suggest Latin American law firms have preserved their value in the face of persistent price pressure from clients, but there is still room for improvement when it comes to putting together accurate, and profitable, fee proposals. Rosie Cresswell asks if project-based costing is the answer
Rodrigo, Elías & Medrano Abogados has partnered with the former head of Peru’s tax authority to open a transfer pricing company that will provide economic advice on new OECD-inspired tax evasion legislation, to complement the firm’s legal services.
The chief prosecutor at Mexico’s Federal Economic Competition Commission (COFECE) announced a new strategic alliance among the antitrust enforcers in his...
The most authoritative guide to Latin America's leading business law firms - fully revised and updated 19th edition.