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PPO Abogados launches fourth Bolivia office

PPO Abogados has expanded its footprint in Bolivia by opening in Sucre – the seat of the state’s judiciary branch – marking the firm’s fourth office in the country.

Visa snaps up Latin American fintech assets
Paraguayan beef producer makes second debt tap of the year

Bolivian politician’s arbitration award survives US appeal

A US appeals court in Colorado has rejected a Mexican cement group’s appeal against the enforcement of a US$36 million award in favour of a Bolivian politician’s investment company – holding that the “best reading” of court proceedings in Bolivia is that the arbitrators’ findings on liability have not been set aside. 

PPO Abogados doubles partnership in Bolivia
Firms snub recruitment as lateral partner hires fall by a third

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Generation Y is often thought of as a tough nut for employers to crack, so it’s positive news for law firm managing partners that a good number of today’s associates have long-term ambitions at the firms they are in. But with so many lawyers having their heart set on becoming partner and only a certain number of spots available, how can firms maintain satisfaction levels among lawyers, whether they’re on the partnership track or not?

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A balancing act
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A balancing act

Lawyers don’t tend to leave a career in private practice to go in-house for the money, instead they’re often after better equilibrium between their professional and personal lives. Nowadays, law firms are competing better with companies on the work–life balance they offer their associates, but how successful are their efforts?

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Brazil returns to the foreground for M&A ahead of 2020, say bankers

After a troubling 2018, this year saw Brazilian M&A activity begin to return to form – with healthy projections for 2020 – but broader prospects across the region are distinctly varied, according to panellists speaking at Latin Lawyer Live 9th Annual M&A conference in São Paulo.  

Green bonds raise securities’ prices but require faith, say panellists
Companies should set clear policies to combat regulatory grey areas, advise lawyers

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Nov 19

LACCA Interactive: Virtual Series

Thu, 19th Nov 2020

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Dec 03

Latin Lawyer Interactive: Oil and Gas

Thu, 3rd Dec 2020