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Ex-Stocche Forbes and Pereira Neto partners open white-collar firm
Ex-Stocche Forbes and Pereira Neto partners open white-collar firm

Ex-Stocche Forbes and Pereira Neto partners open white-collar firm

27 May 2020

Two partners have left Stocche Forbes Advogados and Pereira Neto | Macedo Advogados to set up a firm focused on white-collar crime in São Paulo.

LATAM follows Avianca example with New York Chapter 11
LATAM follows Avianca example with New York Chapter 11

LATAM follows Avianca example with New York Chapter 11

27 May 2020

Hot on the heels of the Colombian airline Avianca, Latin America’s largest passenger airline LATAM has also become a US “bankruptcy tourist” - and has filed recognition proceedings in Chile and Colombia, as well as a parallel process in Peru. 

Live Nation brings ICC claim over cancelled Mexican deal
Live Nation brings ICC claim over cancelled Mexican deal

Live Nation brings ICC claim over cancelled Mexican deal

27 May 2020

US events company Live Nation has filed an International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) case over its termination of a US$462 million deal to acquire a majority stake in a leading Mexican promoter, after it raised concerns about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the business.

Cascione Pulino partner opens capital markets boutique in Brazil
Cascione Pulino partner opens capital markets boutique in Brazil

Cascione Pulino partner opens capital markets boutique in Brazil

27 May 2020

A former partner of Brazilian Latin Lawyer 250 firm Cascione Pulino Boulos Advogados has left to launch a capital markets boutique in São Paulo.

Colombia's Davivienda gets IFC loan for projects impacted by covid-19
Colombia's Davivienda gets IFC loan for projects impacted by covid-19

Colombia's Davivienda gets IFC loan for projects impacted by covid-19

27 May 2020

Hogan Lovells LLP in Washington, DC, and Gómez-Pinzón in Bogotá have helped the International Finance Corporation (IFC) provide a US$100 million financing to Colombia’s Banco Davivienda, which will use the loan to help alleviate economic damage caused by the covid-19 pandemic in Colombia.

Central America, Ecuador, Paraguay and Uruguay debt capital markets report: July-December
Central America, Ecuador, Paraguay and Uruguay debt capital markets report: July-December

Central America, Ecuador, Paraguay and Uruguay debt capital markets report: July-December

26 May 2020

Latin Lawyer recorded 11 debt capital markets deals in Central America, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Panama, Paraguay and Uruguay, with a total combined value of approximately US$7.1 billion.

Debt capital markets league table 2019: Mexico
Debt capital markets league table 2019: Mexico

Debt capital markets league table 2019: Mexico

26 May 2020

Latin Lawyer gathered data on debt capital markets activity across Latin America during 2019. Here, we present our findings for Mexico.

Debt capital markets report Mexico: July-December
Debt capital markets report Mexico: July-December

Debt capital markets report Mexico: July-December

26 May 2020

Latin Lawyer recorded 41 debt capital markets deals in Mexico from July to December, with a total combined value of approximately US$3 billion.

Jaime Fernández Madero: how will covid-19 change law firms?
Jaime Fernández Madero: how will covid-19 change law firms?

Jaime Fernández Madero: how will covid-19 change law firms?

26 May 2020

Even after the spread of covid-19 has peaked, it is likely the world will be a very different place to what it once was. In the legal industry, the pandemic has led to changes in how law firms serve their clients that may well endure beyond the crisis. Some of these changes were in the air before covid-19, but now they seem more necessary than ever, finds Jaime Fernández Madero of Fernández Madero Consulting.

Hakamana becomes first disputes fund in Chile
Hakamana becomes first disputes fund in Chile

Hakamana becomes first disputes fund in Chile

26 May 2020

Latin Lawyer speaks to Francisco Orrego and Carolina Plaza, the president and chief executive officer of Chile’s first disputes fund, Hakamana.