Peru’s competition enforcer has fined a cartel of 16 liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) companies in an ongoing probe of the country’s fuel sector.
Chile’s Supreme Court upheld the competition tribunal’s 2016 ruling that a Telefonica subsidiary’s termination of thousands of mobile lines did not constitute an abuse of dominance.
Economist Luis de la Calle, a former negotiator for Mexico in bilateral and regional multilateral trade agreements, discusses the impact recent legislative reforms, as well as President Donald Trump’s push to rewrite NAFTA, have had on Mexican antitrust enforcement
Lulu Rumsey talks to Nicole Nehme, co-founder of Chilean firm FerradaNehme and winner of Latin Lawyer’s Specialist Law Firm Leader of the Year Award, about building a successful firm from scratch and why it is important for law firms to institutionalise
Claudette M Christian and Joshua B Press
Hogan Lovells (Washington)
Anthony S Harrington
Albright Stonebridge Group
These firms have professional notices in the Latin Lawyer 250