The complete programme for Latin Lawyer Live 10th Annual Oil & Gas has been published.
The complete programme for Latin Lawyer - Global Arbitration Review Live 3rd Annual Arbitration Summit has been published in full.
In early 2018, Óscar Centeno, a driver for an ex-official in Argentina’s ministry of public planning, turned over a box of handwritten notebooks to newspaper La Nación. In doing so, he sparked Argentina’s largest ever investigation into graft.
A full transcript from a panel at Latin Lawyer’s labour and employment conference in Miami on data-driven human resource management and its legality under existing Latin American data protection regulations is now available to view.
Lawyers believe there is business potential for reps and warranties insurance in Latin American private equity investments, but various regulatory hurdles remain before the market can take off, heard delegates at Latin Lawyer Live 9th Annual Private Equity.
A full transcript from a panel at Latin Lawyer’s recent labour and employment conference in Miami discussing how to investigate and manage internal harassment cases is now available to view.
A commissioner at Brazil’s competition authority has criticised the US$234 million fines that her own agency levied on four members of a construction cartel earlier in November, for being too small and for failing to disincentivise illegal collusion.
A commissioner at Argentina's existing competition watchdog has said that plans to establish a new antitrust authority are behind schedule, but he remains optimistic that it will be in place by mid 2019.
Increasing Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) enforcement means buyers asking probing questions about target companies no longer risk competitive disadvantage, since there is now a greater acceptance in favour of more thorough due diligence among both buyers and sellers, heard delegates at Latin Lawyer Live 9th Annual Private Equity.
Brazil’s president-elect Jair Bolsonaro is sending the right message to the markets by empowering his economic advisor Paulo Guedes and putting market-trusted economists on his team, but investors want policy change before they act, agreed panellists speaking at the Latin Lawyer Live Capital Markets conference held on Tuesday in São Paulo.