Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP in New York and São Paulo and Elvinger Hoss Prussen in Luxembourg have helped Luxembourg-based mining company Nexa Resources issue notes worth US$500 million.
Alessandri has absorbed local tax boutique Gorziglia Morales Cox Abogados, adding three partners to the firm, amid ongoing implementation of a modernisation tax bill in Chile.
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Mexico has defeated a reported US$3 billion North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) claim brought by a US motorcycle manufacturer over a customs duty imposed on its imported bikes after the state concluded they were being manufactured in China, not the US.
Tanoira Cassagne Abogados has advised all parties involved in the launch of a 10 billion Argentine pesos (US$144 million) investment fund and helped on the fund’s first equity issuance.
Hernández & Cía Abogados in Lima, Harneys in the British Virgin Islands and Canada's Borden Ladner Gervais LLP have helped a Peruvian renewables subsidiary of Canada’s Polaris Infrastructure obtain a loan from Canadian asset manager Brookfield.
International law firm Hogan Lovells LLP has appointed Mexico City-based Juan Francisco Torres-Landa to head the firm’s Latin American practice, as part of a series of structural changes to its leadership positions and offices.
A group of partners have left Sáenz & Asociados’ El Salvador office, including arbitration co-head Humberto Sáenz Marinero and corporate head Mario Antonio Sáenz Marinero, to launch a new firm in El Salvador and Guatemala.
In a blow to Venezuelan president Nicolás Maduro, a London court has ruled that the UK government “unequivocally” recognises Juan Guaidó as the country’s interim president in a battle for control of the state's gold reserves held by the Bank of England.
Mattos Filho, Veiga Filho, Marrey Jr e Quiroga Advogados has helped Japanese manufacturer Daio Paperand Japanese trading company Marubeni buy Brazilian paper producer Santher in a joint acquisition for US$370 million.