Winner of the Latin Lawyer Deal of the Year Award for outbound investment, Cementos Argos’ international legal manager Juan Luis Munera talks to LACCA about the company’s
Colombia’s Grupo Sura’s acquisition of ING assets in five countries was named the M&A Deal of the Year by Latin Lawyer. Lina María López González led the bu...
The LACCA meeting in São Paulo has a very few limited seats available for next Tuesday, 27 March - with 60+ GCs already confirmed, and topics ranging from crisis management, managing law firms, compliance, recruitment and retention, social media and more.
Since becoming GC of Magnesita at the age of 28, Luiz Gustavo Perrotti has spent the past four years turning the company into a multinational, and turning himself into a businessman
With little more than 100 days to go until Rio de Janeiro hosts the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, a leading British government lawyer has spoken on the importance of international compliance mechanisms in environment law.
Colombia’s Superintendency of Industry and Commerce (SIC) has announced a sharp rise in the amounts it is fining companies found guilty of competition infringements, as well as an increase in the number of companies under investigation in the country.
Looking through the legal lens of Kodak Latin America, LACCA examines the fallout from the company’s US bankruptcy filing
Chemical company Yara International has created a new legal role in São Paulo, a sign of the growing importance of Latin America to the Norwegian corporation.
It is now less than four weeks to go until LACCA's morning meeting in Bogotá, which will bring in-house counsel together to discuss the key issues affecting corporate counsel in 2012.
This week Brazilian software company TOTVS hired a new general counsel, who moved across from mining and construction manufacturer ESCO.
The only in-house lawyer at a museum in Brazil, Mariana Valente, talks to Rosie Scammell about defining the boundaries of an evolving area of law
This year customers of the US airline Delta will be able to fly to destinations across Brazil on one ticket, thanks to a deal late last year with airline Gol. Delta assistant GC Cathy Sams talks to Rosie Scammell about the airline’s ambitions in Latin America.