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Bancomext gets US$600 million loan for covid-19 response

Squire Patton Boggs in New York has helped Mexican state-owned bank Bancomext obtain a US$600 million credit facility from a syndicate of international banks to fund its covid-19 response programmes.

Mexican real estate start-up Casai gets first funding round
The room where it happens

Deutsche Bank sells Mexican trust business after pressure from regulator

Three Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP offices and Ritch, Mueller, Heather y Nicolau, SC in Mexico City are advising Deutsche Bank on the sale of its trust business in Mexico, which comes after a year of “continual pressure” from the country’s financial regulator to complete the deal.

Giving up the ghost
Skadden and Galicia in Intel’s US$9 billion global memory sale

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.

Giving up the ghost: Latin Lawyer's 2020 fees survey

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.

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Giving up the ghost: Latin Lawyer's 2020 fees survey

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.

At crisis point: Latin Lawyer's 2020 fees survey
Down but not out: the future for law firm offices

Giving up the ghost: Latin Lawyer's 2020 fees survey

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.

At crisis point: Latin Lawyer's 2020 fees survey
Down but not out: the future for law firm offices

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.

It’s not all bad news for M&A in 2021, say bankers
Arbitration Summit: pandemic and populism to increase investor-state disputes