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Who Represents Latin America's Biggest Companies

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Who Represents Latin America's Biggest Companies 2015?

Published April 2016

Which law firms are regularly retained by the region's largest 100 companies?  LACCA presents its landmark research.

Who Represents Latin America's Biggest Companies 2015?

Top 100: Chile
Top 100: Chile

Top 100: Chile

06 May 2016

Resource-rich Chile may be feeling the full effect of the end of the boom in commodity prices, which propelled the country’s growth over the past decade, but law firms have been taking full advantage of the downturn.

Top 100: Brazil
Top 100: Brazil

Top 100: Brazil

29 April 2016

Our analysis of the law firms used by the region’s largest companies shows that despite political and economic hardships, the business of law is still booming in Brazil.

Top 100: Colombia
Top 100: Colombia

Top 100: Colombia

20 May 2016

Latin America’s fourth largest economy suffered the after-effects of a drop in commodity prices and devaluation of the peso over the past year, but Colombia remains one of the fastest growing economies in the region and a favourite place to do business among the Top 100 companies.

LACCA’s Top 100: The new normal
LACCA’s Top 100: The new normal

LACCA’s Top 100: The new normal

06 May 2016

Reducing costs was top of the agenda for general counsel in 2015, but while some focused on cutting the number of law firms they use, others looked at more inventive ways to scale back on legal department spend. As part of LACCA’s research into Who Represents Latin America’s Biggest Companies, Alison O’Connell spoke to GCs around the region to find how they retain the best counsel without breaking the bank.

Who represents Latin America's biggest companies 2015: the full list
Who represents Latin America's biggest companies 2015: the full list

Who represents Latin America's biggest companies 2015: the full list

19 April 2016

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 in and different jurisdictions.

Top 100: Uruguay & Paraguay
Top 100: Uruguay & Paraguay

Top 100: Uruguay & Paraguay

10 June 2016

Latin America’s economic slump has hampered growth in both Uruguay and Paraguay, but both countries remain important assets to some of the region’s biggest companies according to LACCA’s research.

Top 100: Bolivia, Ecuador and Venezuela
Top 100: Bolivia, Ecuador and Venezuela

Top 100: Bolivia, Ecuador and Venezuela

17 June 2016

Bolivia, Ecuador and Venezuela may not be the easiest Latin American countries in which to do business, but they remain important markets for many of the region’s biggest companies.

Top 100: Mexico
Top 100: Mexico

Top 100: Mexico

27 May 2016

Mexico’s economy has proved more resilient to the external headwinds affecting other countries in the region over the past year. The country has taken advantage of the rebound in the US economy and reform efforts have continued to improve the business climate, enhancing the regulatory environment and liberalising investment regimes. 

LACCA's Top 100: The region's leading firms
LACCA's Top 100: The region's leading firms

LACCA's Top 100: The region's leading firms

22 April 2016

We analyse which law firms came out on top of our research into Who Represents Latin America’s Biggest Companies and take a look at developments in legal markets across the region.