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Latin Lawyer Awards

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4th Annual Awards

Published March 2010

As Latin American legal work expands and matures throughout the region, more complex and more challenging work is being undertaken in every practice area all the time. Each year, Latin Lawyer identifies landmark Latin American deals and cases across seven categories, and recognises the achievements of practitioners in areas such as law firm leadership, diversity and pro bono – as well as those who have dedicated their careers to the advancement of the profession.

Deal of the Year

Deal of the Year 2009
Deal of the Year 2009

Deal of the Year 2009

16 March 2010

<p>Latin Lawyer profiles last year’s most impressive deals in recognition of the legal creativity that enabled their completion.</p>

Deal of the Year 2009 - M&A Category
Deal of the Year 2009 - M&A Category

Deal of the Year 2009 - M&A Category

02 March 2010

WINNER: Votorantim-Aracruz merger back from the brink

Deal of the Year 2009 - Corporate Finance Category
Deal of the Year 2009 - Corporate Finance Category

Deal of the Year 2009 - Corporate Finance Category

02 March 2010

WINNER: Santander Brasil's record-breaking IPO

Deal of the Year 2009 - Project Finance Category
Deal of the Year 2009 - Project Finance Category

Deal of the Year 2009 - Project Finance Category

02 March 2010

WINNER: Panama Canal expansion financing

Deal of the Year 2009 - Restructuring Category
Deal of the Year 2009 - Restructuring Category

Deal of the Year 2009 - Restructuring Category

02 March 2010

WINNER: Gruma restructures with derivative creditors

Deal of the Year 2009 - Disputes Category
Deal of the Year 2009 - Disputes Category

Deal of the Year 2009 - Disputes Category

02 March 2010

WINNER: Aguaytia Energy v Peru

Deal of the Year 2009 - The Multilatinas
Deal of the Year 2009 - The Multilatinas

Deal of the Year 2009 - The Multilatinas

02 March 2010

While these awards celebrate deals in which the majority of legal work takes place inside Latin America, no 2009 round-up would be complete without recognising the achivements of Latin American companies outside of the region