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The Guide to Mergers & Acquisitions - Third Edition

Published by Latin Lawyer and LACCA, edited by Paola Lozano and Daniel Hernández of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, this third edition of The Guide to Mergers and Acquisitions provides guidance that will benefi t all practitioners acting in Latin American mergers and acquisitions.

M&A activity in Latin America has grown signifi cantly in recent decades, and deals are increasingly complex. This guide draws on the expertise of highly sophisticated practitioners to provide an overview of the main elements of dealmaking in a region shaped by its cyclical economies and an often volatile political landscape. Its aim is to be a valuable resource for business people, investors and their advisers as they embark on M&A transactions.

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The Guide to International Arbitration in Latin America

Edited by José Astigarraga of Reed Smith LLP and containing the knowledge and experience of 48 other leading practitioners from throughout the region, Latin Lawyer and Global Arbitration Review are delighted to publish The Guide to International Arbitration in Latin America.

It provides guidance that will benefi t all arbitration specialists in Latin America, one of the most important regions in the world for international arbitration, drawing on the expertise of highly sophisticated practitioners to draw out trends and give practitioners the tools they need to navigate the arbitration marketplace in the region today.

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The Guide to Restructuring - Second Edition

Published by Latin Lawyer and edited by Joy K Gallup and Michael L Fitzgerald, partners at Paul HastingsLLP, The Guide to Restructuring is designed to assist restructuring advisers of all disciplines, and affected companies, as they negotiate complicatedrestructurings.

This Guide delivers specialist insight to our readers across the region – advisers, practitioners, corporate decision makers and court offi cials – throughout the process.

In preparing this Guide, we are grateful for the cooperation and insight of the broad range of participating advisers and practitioners, who have contributed a wealth of knowledge andexperience.

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The Guide to Corporate Compliance - Third Edition

Published by Latin Lawyer and LACCA, edited by Andrew M Levine, a litigation partner at Debevoise & Plimpton LLP, with associate editors Reynaldo Manzanarez Radilla, a corporate attorney and compliance professional, Valeria Plastino, vice president, general counsel and regional compliance offi cer at Lumen Technologies, and Fabio Selhorst, senior vice president of corporate affairs at Hapvida, The Guide to Corporate Compliance is designed to assist key corporate decision-makers and their advisers in the effective handling of their compliance obligations in Latin America.

This guide delivers specialist insight to our readers – general counsel, compliance offi cers, government agencies and private practitioners – who must navigate the region’s complex, fastchanging framework of rules and regulations.

In preparing this guide, we have been working with practitioners from a variety of disciplines and geographies, who have contributed a wealth of knowledge and experience. We are grateful for their cooperation and insight.

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The Guide to Corporate Crisis Management - Fourth Edition

Published by Latin Lawyer and LACCA, edited by Sergio J Galvis, Robert J Giuffra Jr and Werner F Ahlers, partners at Sullivan & Cromwell LLP, The Guide to Corporate Crisis Management is designed to assist key business decision makers and their advisers in effectively planning for and managing a corporate crisis in Latin America.

This guide delivers specialist insight to our readers – general counsel, compliance officers, government agencies and private practitioners – who must navigate the region’s complex, fast-changing framework of rules and regulations.

In preparing this guide, we have been working with practitioners from a variety of disciplines and geographies, who have contributed a wealth of knowledge and experience. We are grateful for their cooperation and insight.

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The Guide to Infrastructure and Energy Investment - Third Edition

The ability to tackle infrastructure challenges will play a decisive role in the trajectory of Latin America. Citizens and businesses need universal access to electricity; to water and indoor plumbing; to improved reach and quality of telecommunications coverage; and to improved transportation options that will reduce the costs and time it takes to move products through the value chain. Meanwhile, the region’s potential as an energy producer, both from traditional and renewable sources, is enormous and could fuel the region’s continued economic and social development.

The third edition of The Guide to Infrastructure and Energy Investment examines the many aspects involved in the complex task of modernising and revitalising infrastructure and energy systems throughout Latin America.

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