12 March 2018
Latin Lawyer is delighted to announce the shortlisted transactions for the project finance, disputes and restructuring categories of its 12th annual Deal of the Year Awards.
09 March 2018
Latin Lawyer is delighted to announce the shortlisted transactions for the private equity and regulatory categories of its 12th annual Deal of the Year Awards.
08 March 2018
The programme for Latin Lawyer’s 9th Annual Oil and Gas Conference – which takes place on Wednesday 9 May in Mexico City – is now online, with speakers confirmed from CFEnergia, Grupo Bal, Macquarie, SENER and Schlumberger as well as a host of leading law firms in Latin America.
05 March 2018
German wind turbine manufacturer Nordex has hired Norton Rose Fulbright in Frankfurt and London as lead counsel to issue bonds worth €275 million (US$342 million).
01 March 2018
González Calvillo, SC in Mexico City has helped the financial arm of Nissan issue notes worth 2.1 billion pesos (US$113 million).
01 February 2018
Firms in Mexico have kicked off 2018 with promotions and hires, with several promoting talent in their disputes groups, alongside other additions across tax, labour and infrastructure.
30 January 2018
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP in London and Cervantes Sainz SC in Mexico City have helped Italian art supplier FILA obtain a loan worth 245 million euros (US$304 million).
11 January 2018
Mexican firm González Calvillo, SC and Dentons’ Calgary office have helped a consortium sign a contract with Mexico’s hydrocarbon authority (CNH).
15 December 2017
Latham & Watkins LLP in Madrid, New York and Washington, DC, has acted as lead counsel for Australian fund manager IFM Investors in its US$2.6 billion global acquisition of OHL’s infrastructure concessions subsidiary.
11 December 2017
Dechert LLP in Philadelphia, Washington, DC, and Brussels; Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz in New York; and Mexican firms González Calvillo, SC and Dentons López Velarde, SC have helped US chemical company FMC swap assets with DuPont in the Brazilian and Mexican leg of a US$1.3 billion global deal.