Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP in New York and Jones Day (Mexico) have helped the state-owned concessionaire developing Mexico City's new international airport issue US$4 billion in green bonds.
Judges from Argentina and Brazil have become the first in Latin America to join the Judicial Insolvency Network (JIN), in a move that one member says shows that global cooperation among courts is no longer "a futuristic dream."
When Canada's Brookfield Asset Management closed its acquisition of Colombian state-owned energy company Isagen, the country's largest public sell-off in more than a decade set an important precedent for the constitutionality of privatisations in Colombia. Emilio Demetriou-Jones talks to the Colombian firms who led the sale
Clearing houses across the region are putting high-impact projects at the top of their agenda because they can bring about systemic change. Rosie Cresswell asks how law firms can maximise the results of their pro bono projects
When the Mexican government passed a package of far-reaching legislative reforms, a second wave of international firms entered the market. Their arrival could have marked the nail in the coffin for the poorly institutionalised local market, but it didn't. Internationals may have carved a niche in Mexico, but local firms remain at the top, rising above expectations to implement a level of specialisation and institutionalisation that has transformed the market. Lulu Rumsey reports
These firms have professional notices in the Latin Lawyer 250