Latin Lawyer Elite firms have each carved out their own paths towards excellence and demonstrate unique areas of strength. Here, we announce this year’s Elite.
Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP in New York and Estudio O’Farrell Abogados in Buenos Aires have helped Argentine power company YPF Luz obtain a US$30 million cross-border loan for a power project.
Argentina is facing a period of public and private sector debt restructuring – again. Bomchil partners Tomás Araya and Fermín Caride set out the challenges the country faces and the options ahead for debtors and creditors.
In government investigations, the interests of companies and their employees sometimes diverge: a company may wish to self-report, whereas individual employees might be less inclined to cooperate.
Covid-19 landed in Latin America on 26 February, bringing with it an onslaught of labour and employment issues for the region’s companies and workers. Latin America’s top labour lawyers are now advising their clients on how to handle their workforces in the wake of the crisis, as the evolving outbreak presents unique employment issues for businesses.
Digital platforms like WhatsApp have transformed the way workers – and societies – communicate. Now it’s time unions embrace new technology and hit the reset button on a system that is failing to engage with younger workers, according to Ruben Cortiña, president of UNI Global Union.
- Alfaro Abogados
- Allende & Brea
- Baker McKenzie (Argentina)
- Beccar Varela
- Estudio Alegria Buey Fernandez Fissore Montemerlo
- Estudio O'Farrell Abogados
- Martínez de Hoz & Rueda
- Marval O'Farrell Mairal
- Mitrani Caballero & Ruiz Moreno
- Nicholson y Cano Abogados
- Pérez Alati, Grondona, Benites & Arntsen (PAGBAM)
- Tanoira Cassagne Abogados
- Zang, Bergel & Viñes Abogados
These firms have professional notices in the Latin Lawyer 250