A transcript from Latin Lawyer Live Private Equity, which took place in New York in October, is now available to read online.
The FBI’s Brazilian office has asked the US Department of Justice (DOJ) for extra resources to handle requests for information from local authorities, according to a senior official. By Will Neal
The ramifications of Operation Car Wash in Latin America have made successor liability one of the key aspects to consider when buying or selling in the region, making intensive due diligence top on the to-do list for M&A deals, heard delegates at Latin Lawyer’s ninth annual M&A conference in São Paulo last week.
While complex political developments across Latin America and the rest of the world do not necessarily mean recession is around the corner, businesses and governments should be mindful of the associated risks, founding partner at Gávea Investimentos and former president of the Central Bank of Brazil Arminio Fraga told delegates at Latin Lawyer’s ninth annual M&A conference in São Paulo yesterday.
Argentina’s high-profile Cuadernos graft scandal might change its course under a new government, heard delegates at Latin Lawyer - GIR Live 7th Annual Anti-Corruption & Investigations, held earlier this month in São Paulo.
Senior figures from financial groups in the Americas are set to speak at Latin Lawyer Live 9th Annual M&A Conference, which will be held at the Tivoli Mofarrej Hotel in São Paulo next month.
Today is the last day you can buy tickets for Latin Lawyer Live 4th Annual Tax – which takes place in New York on 2 December – at a super early ticket price.
Lack of regulation on how Latin American companies should accommodate employees suffering from health-related issues in and outside the workplace means employers should establish clear company-wide policies to avoid falling foul of discrimination claims, heard delegates at the sixth annual Latin Lawyer Labour & Employment conference held on 9 October in Miami.
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.
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.