Felipe Olivares Mercado tells LACCA about how he helped set up Acciona’s activities in Chile and his love for seeing legal projects through to the end.
Silvia Fiszman tells LACCA about keeping up-to-date with new developments in the renewable energy sector and helping her company operate as sustainably as possible.
Amid the rapid expansion of Puma Energy’s operations in Latin America, Adrian Carrillo has emerged as a rising star in the in-house community and earned himself the title of Legal Counsel of the Year at this year’s LACCA Awards.
Antonio Godoy, legal executive manager at global food company BRF in Brazil tells LACCA about the legal uncertainty caused by Brazil’s regulatory environment.
José Antonio Medrano tells LACCA about the diverse and daily challenges he faces at agro-industrial multinational Corporación Multi Inversiones, and why Guatemalans must change their attitudes towards compliance.
Jorge Luis Real tells LACCA about facing off regulatory difficulties in the Panamanian banking sector and the importance of mapping legal risks.
LACCA interviews new member Aline Assis Coloni about the special projects her department has been focused on, as well as the institutional gender bias she has worked against throughout her career.
Thiago Medeiros Braga tells LACCA about how Bayer’s matter management system has improved efficiency in his department and why the best in-house counsel are those that continuously learn on the job.
Letícia Bressan tells LACCA about the huge breadth of responsibilities she has in her role, and how mitigating the risks a company faces is the bread and butter of any in-house lawyer.
Andrés Calderón tells LACCA about why he loves working in Puma’s legal department, and how his experience working on a high-profile arbitration case got him to where he is today.
Diego Coelho tells LACCA about his passion for IP, and how demands for greater efficiency are being felt both in-house and in private practice.
Claudia Laudisio tells LACCA about how she expects the business landscape to improve in Brazil following the election of the new government, and how being an in-house counsel is a lot like working in an emergency room.