Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP in New York and Claro & Cía in Santiago have helped the infrastructure arm of Canadian pension fund Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System (OMERS), Borealis Infrastructure, acquire a minority stake in local LNG regasification company GNL Quintero for US$341 million.
Claro & Cía has helped Chilean asset manager Toesca Infraestructura Fondo de Inversión purchase a 49% stake in a highway operator controlled by Spanish construction group Sacyr.
Morales & Besa associates Rodrigo Ropert and Diego Muñoz examine the bill to reform Chile’s water code, which is due to be passed into law this year
The findings of our fifth joint pro bono survey provide plenty of reasons to feel positive. Pro bono appears to have turned a corner in Latin America thanks to an ever strengthening infrastructure and the greater willingness of more firms to take part. While the survey results might not show a significant uptick year on year, law firms are nevertheless making great strides in the implementation of policies needed to make pro bono more commonplace. Of course, there are challenges to overcome, such as engaging more partners in pro bono cases. However, the latest focus on high-impact cases could help achieve that, alongside producing a dramatic increase in the value of pro bono work. Rosie Cresswell reports
The chief prosecutor at Mexico’s Federal Economic Competition Commission (COFECE) announced a new strategic alliance among the antitrust enforcers in his country, Argentina, Brazil and Chile at the American Bar Association Antitrust Law Spring meeting last Thursday.
These firms have professional notices in the Latin Lawyer 250