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Ten LatAm firms confirm role in Nordex US$2 billion triple loan

Firms from across the world – including ten from Latin America – have advised on three loan agreements for global wind turbine manufacturer Nordex, worth a combined 1.66 billion euro (US$1.95 billion).

The game changer for Argentina: collective action clauses
Dow Chemical buys Buenos Aires office tower

Several firms help in Chilean food tech investment round

Gunderson Dettmer in San Francisco and Silicon Valley and Baraona Fischer & Cia in Santiago have helped Chilean vegan food technology company NotCo raise US$85 million in its third investment round.

Brazil and Peru’s debt capital markets activity dips in 2020
Estudio O'Farrell appoints new management

The room where it happens

Law firm participation on behalf of corporates in the discussions that led to the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement is evidence of the unique perspective lawyers bring to the table in interactions between companies and governments. More broadly, law firms advising corporates on government relations can help them promote important policy changes, effectively managing regulatory risk. But there are still obstacles in the way of Latin American law firms making a name for themselves in government advocacy in the same way their US counterparts have.

Giving up the ghost

In shining a spotlight on issues that have been bubbling under the surface for years, the covid-19 pandemic and the pressure it puts on client appetite for costly legal services is a chance for progressive law firms to rethink entirely how they value what they do. In doing so, they can remodel themselves into organisations of the future. Here, we present the second part of our 2020 law firm fees survey.

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Giving up the ghost

In shining a spotlight on issues that have been bubbling under the surface for years, the covid-19 pandemic and the pressure it puts on client appetite for costly legal services is a chance for progressive law firms to rethink entirely how they value what they do. In doing so, they can remodel themselves into organisations of the future. Here, we present the second part of our 2020 law firm fees survey.

Down but not out: the future for law firm offices
Latin Lawyer Elite Survey 2020: taking on the covid-19 crisis

Giving up the ghost

In shining a spotlight on issues that have been bubbling under the surface for years, the covid-19 pandemic and the pressure it puts on client appetite for costly legal services is a chance for progressive law firms to rethink entirely how they value what they do. In doing so, they can remodel themselves into organisations of the future. Here, we present the second part of our 2020 law firm fees survey.

Down but not out: the future for law firm offices
Latin Lawyer Elite Survey 2020: taking on the covid-19 crisis

Risk appetite for deal-making in Latin America in constant flux, says panel

Risk tends to be a negative pressure on deal-making, but the covid-19 pandemic has forced buyers and sellers to assimilate to new conditions to keep M&A activity flowing, according to panellists speaking at Latin Lawyer Live Interactive M&A.

Prepare for coronavirus-linked corruption probes, say lawyers
Tech sector focus: challenges in deal-making