header_logo
cancel1

Conference coverage

Discounted tickets for Latin Lawyer Live Tax still available
Discounted tickets for Latin Lawyer Live Tax still available

Discounted tickets for Latin Lawyer Live Tax still available

21 October 2019

A super early ticket price for Latin Lawyer Live 4th Annual Tax – which takes place in New York on 2 December – is available until 25 October.

Panellists urge anti-corruption enforcers not to “break” companies
Panellists urge anti-corruption enforcers not to “break” companies

Panellists urge anti-corruption enforcers not to “break” companies

18 October 2019

Brazilian agencies handing down fines for corruption must prioritise punishing individuals rather than the company as a legal entity, heard delegates at Latin Lawyer - GIR Live 7th Annual Anti-Corruption & Investigations, held yesterday in São Paulo.

Programme for Latin Lawyer Live Tax now online
Programme for Latin Lawyer Live Tax now online

Programme for Latin Lawyer Live Tax now online

14 October 2019

The complete programme for Latin Lawyer Live 4th Annual Tax has been announced.

Political instability brings uncertainty for employers, suggest speakers
Political instability brings uncertainty for employers, suggest speakers

Political instability brings uncertainty for employers, suggest speakers

10 October 2019

Political instability and an overarching shift to the left in parts of Latin America are bringing uncertainty for employers in the region, but there are signs of economic strength in some areas, heard delegates at the sixth annual Latin Lawyer Labour & Employment conference held on Wednesday in Miami.

Tech-led investment “fundamentally changing” LatAm private equity, hear delegates
Tech-led investment “fundamentally changing” LatAm private equity, hear delegates

Tech-led investment “fundamentally changing” LatAm private equity, hear delegates

09 October 2019

The growth of technology-led investments is profoundly changing the way private equity operates in Latin America, allowing investors to be more aggressive and potentially less sensitive to cyclicality, heard delegates at Latin Lawyer Live 10th Annual Private Equity, which took place yesterday in New York.

Bolsonaro’s attorney general to keynote LL Project Finance conference
Bolsonaro’s attorney general to keynote LL Project Finance conference

Bolsonaro’s attorney general to keynote LL Project Finance conference

18 September 2019

Brazil’s attorney general, André Luiz de Almeida Mendonça, will deliver the morning keynote at Latin Lawyer Live 7th Annual Regional Project Finance conference, which takes place in Washington, DC, this December.

Here to stay
Here to stay

Here to stay

28 August 2019

The rise of nationalism first cast doubt on the future of investment treaties and investor-state dispute settlements in Latin America more than a decade ago. But despite international trade agreements now appearing to fall out of favour in the US, such pacts and the investment arbitration they endorse look set to stand the test of time in Latin America.

Latin Lawyer-GIR Live Anti-corruption & Investigations: combating persistent compliance risk
Latin Lawyer-GIR Live Anti-corruption & Investigations: combating persistent compliance risk

Latin Lawyer-GIR Live Anti-corruption & Investigations: combating persistent compliance risk

13 August 2019

A transcript from Latin Lawyer-GIR Live Anti-corruption & Investigations, which took place in Mexico City in June, is now available to view.

Latin Lawyer-GIR Live Anti-corruption & Investigations: mitigating risk in transactions
Latin Lawyer-GIR Live Anti-corruption & Investigations: mitigating risk in transactions

Latin Lawyer-GIR Live Anti-corruption & Investigations: mitigating risk in transactions

12 August 2019

A transcript from Latin Lawyer-GIR Live Anti-corruption & Investigations, which took place in Mexico City in June, is now available to view.

Venezuelan companies fear foreign asset grab post Maduro
Venezuelan companies fear foreign asset grab post Maduro

Venezuelan companies fear foreign asset grab post Maduro

02 August 2019

In a wide ranging discussion at the Latin Lawyer - GRR Live 4th Annual Restructuring summit in New York, speakers discussed Venezuela's post Maduro future, the country's conflicting restructuring plans and its soverign debt. Venezuelan companies that were worth US$1 billion 20 years ago can now be bought for US$55 million, according to GCG Advisors managing partner Jose Gonzales. “If you want to take the risk, there should be plenty of opportunity.”