Four more Brazilian firms are positioning themselves for renewed economic growth as Brazil leaves behind its worst recession in decades.
Brazil has recently introduced remote voting procedures that allow foreign investors to exercise their voting rights without being present at shareholder meetings. Stocche Forbes Advogados partners Alessandra Zequi and Flavio Meyer consider whether the move will make Brazilian equities more attractive
In the aftermath of Mexico’s fatal 7.1 magnitude earthquake, the legal community responded quickly to help the shaken country back on its feet. Emilio Demetriou-Jones hears how, in an unprecedented move, the country’s three clearing houses used the media to reach those most in need
A survey of Latin Lawyer Elite firms by Latin Lawyer and law firm consultancy Adam Smith, Esq has found overwhelming enthusiasm for AI with one in three already trialling or using the technology. But how AI will transform the legal space proved more divisive. Tom Muskett-Ford reports
Sophisticated companies’ use of AI to improve efficiency has the potential to revolutionise their relationships with legal service providers. Law firms would be wise to keep up, argue Adam Smith, Esq’s Bruce MacEwen, Janet Stanton and Antonio Leal Holguín
Tax amnesty programmes only work if taxpayers trust governments to protect and avoid misusing their financial information, said panellists at Latin Lawyer’s...
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