17 January 2018
Crowell & Moring in Los Angeles, New York and Washington, DC, has helped Honduran renewables company Pacific Solar Energy obtain a US$93 million loan.
06 November 2017
Latin Lawyer's 2nd Annual Tax Summit has got CLE accreditation from The Florida Bar ahead of the big event, which will be held on Thursday in Miami.
31 October 2017
Consortium Legal has helped the company behind El Yaguala hydroelectric plant in Honduras obtain funding of US$172 million, the largest loan ever granted by a syndicate of Honduran banks.
24 October 2017
Holland & Knight LLP in Miami and Tampa, the San Salvador, Guatemala City, Tegucigalpa and Panama City offices of Arias Law, Muñiz Ramírez Pérez-Taiman & Olaya in Lima and Conyers Dill & Pearman in Tortola have advised leading US pawn loan provider EZCORP on its US$53 million multi-jurisdictional acquisition of Guatemalan pawn shop company GuatePrenda-MaxiEfectivo (GPMX).
18 October 2017
EY Law will integrate prominent regional firm Pacheco Coto on 1 January, adding more than 50 attorneys and senior partners to its 100 lawyer-plus Central American branch.
16 October 2017
Senior figures from Peruvian beverage multinational Aje, the Florida International Bankers Association, KPMG and UBS along with senior representations from top law firms, financial service providers and universities are set to speak at Latin Lawyer's 2nd Annual Tax Summit, which will be held on Thursday 9 November in Miami.
26 September 2017
Arias offices in San José, San Salvador, Tegucigalpa, Managua, Guatemala City and Panama City and Jimenez Cruz Peña in Santo Domingo have helped US chemical company American Vanguard Corporation (AMVAC) acquire agricultural solutions provider Grupo Agricenter.
06 September 2017
The complete programme for Latin Lawyer's 2nd Annual Tax Summit has been announced.
14 July 2017
Honduran industrial conglomerate Grupo Terra has hired regular counsel Melara & Asociados to obtain a credit line for a 46-megawatt wind farm in southern Honduras.
30 June 2017
Several Central American firms have rebranded, promoted or moved offices in the past six months, after a tumultuous 2016 that saw new regionalisation pressures in Guatemala and the partition of market leading firm Arias in Costa Rica.