Guerrero Olivos in Chile’s third extrajudicial restructuring

Guerrero Olivos has helped Chilean rubber manufacturer Manufacturas de Caucho Rivera in Chile’s third extrajudicial debt restructuring since new legislation was passed in 2014.

Security denied in Chilean hydro dispute

A tribunal at the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has refused to order a subsidiary of AES to post bonds worth US$73 million pending an arbitration over a Chilean hydroelectric power plant – at the same time overturning a decision by an emergency arbitrator that required the company to hand over certain documents.

Artificial lawyers

A survey of Latin Lawyer Elite firms by Latin Lawyer and law firm consultancy Adam Smith, Esq has found overwhelming enthusiasm for AI with one in three already trialling or using the technology. But how AI will transform the legal space proved more divisive. Tom Muskett-Ford reports

To each their own

It has become a must for major Spanish firms to make a play for Latin America, yet not all agree on the best approach. Vincent Manancourt profiles the strategies of the country's main players

Messy finances and unsophisticated counsel pose challenges for family M&As

Advising family-owned companies looking to sell is one of the most complex aspects of private equity lawyering in Latin America, heard delegates at Latin Lawyer’s 8th Annual Private Equity Conference, held in New York in September.






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