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.
Marcos Polatti tells LACCA about how he handles the challenges of working at TransUnion, and how his experience in private practice has helped him extract greater value from law firms.
Natalia Marino tells LACCA about her experience implementing compliance programmes and why companies must take the lead in establishing a culture of ethics across the region.
Felipe Azevedo tells LACCA about the heavy bureaucracy and regulatory challenges he faces when it comes to introducing new products to the market in Brazil and why preparation and patience is key when working in the healthcare sector.
With a long career at tobacco and e-cigarette company Philip Morris International behind her, Mary-Carmen Ordóñez López tells LACCA about the challenges of navigating such a highly regulated industry.
Michael Aguilar tells LACCA what he learnt from his time in private practice and why he loves playing a strategic role in the business.
Daniele Dabus tells LACCA about her first four months as a legal counsel for Zurich-based insurance company Swiss Re and why moving in-house has helped improve her abilities to provide legal advice from a business solutions perspective.