19 September 2018
Latin Lawyer Live’s inaugural capital markets conference takes place on 27 November in São Paulo, one month after Brazil will have ushered in a new president who could alter the country’s trajectory.
11 September 2018
Critics of president-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador are concerned about a slow-down or even a rollback of Mexico’s 2013 energy reform, but the conditions of the EU-Mexico free trade agreement could cement the opening of Mexico’s energy sector.
25 July 2018
The head of legal at Mexico’s environmental agency ASEA has called for the creation of specialised energy courts to avoid projects suffering delays as a result of environmental opposition through the courts.
02 July 2018
The programme for the Latin Lawyer Live 9th Annual Private Equity Conference on Tuesday 25 September in New York is now available online.
20 June 2018
Delegates voted in favour of Miami being a world-class seat for arbitration at this year’s Latin Lawyer – GAR Annual Arbitration Summit, but panelists were more cautious, agreeing much of its popularity in Latin America was down to its location.
11 June 2018
Brazilian restructuring lawyers have called for better debtor-in-possession (DIP) financing provisions and more ways to protect restructuring plans from challenges in Brazil, as US colleagues showed confidence they would get there.
06 June 2018
The Venezuelan government’s lack of political will to restructure its debts is stopping the country from addressing its economic crisis, according to restructuring advisors.
05 June 2018
Mexico’s midstream sector has struggled to attract private investment, but combining upstream and midstream projects could help lure investors, heard delegates at Latin Lawyer Live 9th Annual Oil & Gas Conference, held last month in Mexico City.
30 May 2018
Failure to provide criminal immunity under Mexico’s new anticorruption provisions could kill the country’s successful antitrust leniency programme, warned panellists at Latin Lawyer 8th Annual M&A in Mexico City.
25 May 2018
Despite electoral uncertainty and the increased market risks associated with dissolving monopolies, there is appetite and optimism for the Mexican energy sector, but reserve-based lending would help it take off, heard delegates at the Latin Lawyer live 9th annual oil and gas conference, held 9 May in Mexico City.