Ecuador’s attorney general has said the state will apply to annul an investment treaty award that held it liable for a denial of justice in a US$9.5 billion dispute with Chevron over environmental contamination in the Amazon – also stating that it will renegotiate its contracts with external counsel.
Latin Lawyer in association with the TMF Group will lead a 60-minute webinar on the main challenges and opportunities facing corporate compliance later.
A planned takeover of the Buenos Aires metro system by Transport for London is one way the UK could strengthen its commercial relationship with Latin America as it prepares to leave the European Union. The country’s place in the world is set to change, but will Brexit reduce or increase the distance between London and Latin America?
An in-depth look at M&A and IPO transactions in Latin America and the law firms behind them.
The winner of Latin Lawyer’s Lifetime Achievement Award, José Luis de Salles Freire, built TozziniFreire Advogados into an elite institution. He reflects on how he embarked on a new approach to rendering legal services.
Antonio Manuel López Obrador was elected president on 1 July. During his campaign he suggested Mexico could withdraw the energy reform, which was passed...
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