Features

Where now from Vienna?

22 June 2006

Will the numerous political commitments to re-energising cooperation between the EU and Latin America be matched with action? Alin Stanescu, of The Centre in Brussels, argues that although the Vienna summit has opened discussions, concrete outcomes are yet to follow.

The next Argentina?

15 June 2006

James Clasper asks if any Latin American country will replace Argentina as a target for mass treaty-based arbitration

Treaty arbitration and investment disputes: same facts, different outcomes

15 June 2006

Partner Matthew Weiniger and associate Matthew Page from Herbert Smith look at the problem of ‘contradictory’ results.

A Day in the Life of an Enforcer

08 June 2006

Silvio de Diego, 40, is the manager of the monitoring division of Argentina’s telecoms regulatory agency. Clare Bolton asked him about himself, the agency, and his role within it.

Corporate Counsel: Gelson Pereira da Silva

01 June 2006

Senior legal counsel at Embraer in Brazil

All Glitz, No Guts

25 May 2006

In the first of a two part series studying successful law firm marketing, Norman Clark of Walker Clark LLC explores the importance of knowing just what your clients want.

A task less ordinary

18 May 2006

What role can lawyers play in promoting and developing reform, and how does this affect their practice? Using a recent World Bank project in Mexico as a case study, Clare Bolton explores how - and why - lawyers can help.

In line with international standards

18 May 2006

A new law regulating Mexico’s securities market will come into force this year. Jorge Sánchez- Davila, a partner at Goodrich, Riquelme y Asociados, explains the main aspects of the new law and how it should improve the market’s procedures.

May Work / Life Audit

18 May 2006

Santiago Fontana, Ferrere Abogados, Bolivia

A postcard from the EU: April

04 May 2006

The EU has ambitious plans to create a European-Latin American free trade area by 2010. Alin Stanescu, of The Centre in Brussels, explores the pathway and notes key gains - and targets - for the telecommunications sector.