Which law firms are regularly retained by the region's largest 100 companies?
LACCA presents its landmark research.
LACCA's research into "Who Represents Latin America's biggest companies" reveals that an increasing number of law firms in Latin America are embracing technology to meet new client demands and thrive in today’s increasingly competitive marketplace.
Research by LACCA reveals that while GCs are being increasingly selective when hiring law firms in order to keep costs down, they are not willing to compromise on quality.
Conducting due diligence is a common first step for any company looking to hire or partner with a new business, but research by LACCA suggests that more and more GCs are applying the same standards to their external counsel and conducting intensive checks on law firms before hiring them to spot any potential risks or red flags.
LACCA's research into "Who Represents Latin America's biggest companies" reveals that when it comes to hiring external counsel, regional in-house teams are becoming increasingly focused on adding value to the business.
Each year, LACCA conducts detailed research into which law firms represent Latin America’s largest 100 companies, as ranked by revenue. These tables show which companies make up our top 100, and also which law firms represent them, both region-wide and in different jurisdictions.
LACCA's research into "Who Represents Latin America's biggest companies" reveals that while in-house teams are bringing more matters into their own hands, international firms remain indispensable when it comes to complex cross-border matters.
While Latin American GCs relied heavily on their external counsel amid political and economic uncertainty in 2018, LACCA’s landmark research into “Who Represents Latin America’s Biggest Companies” reveals that the region’s most popular firms are those taking a more proactive client-centric approach and staying ahead of the curve.