Paraguay’s Peroni, Sosa, Tellechea, Burt & Narvaja has promoted three lawyers to partner, reinforcing its labour, corporate and compliance offerings, as the firm’s managing partner hints at more expansion to come.
Landay Leblang Stern in Boston and Peroni, Sosa, Tellechea, Burt & Narvaja in Asunción have helped US finance company Latitude20 Capital Partners lend US$8 million to Paraguayan agribusiness Compañía Dekalpar.
Vouga Abogados in Asunción has helped local energy company Copetrol acquire Petrobras’ distribution assets in Paraguay for US$383 million.
A Peroni, Sosa, Tellechea, Burt & Narvaja name partner has been elected secretary of Paraguay’s chamber of commerce with its most important trading partner Brazil.
Paraguay’s Peroni, Sosa, Tellechea, Burt & Narvaja has helped US property developer Vimerica Development’s local subsidiary get regulatory approval to build a major entertainment and retail complex in central Paraguay.
Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP’s Atlanta office and Paraguay's Peroni, Sosa, Tellechea, Burt & Narvaja has helped US telecoms provider American Tower Corporation (ATC) purchase 1,400 wireless communications towers for 700 billion guaraníes (US$125 million)
Latin Lawyer continues with its overview of the region’s leading business law firms in Latin America, as analysed in the 17th edition of Latin Lawyer 250. Today the focus is on Paraguay.
Paraguay has become the first country worldwide to introduce legislation based on The Hague Principles governing international contracts – allowing for the unprecedented use of both foreign and non-state law in cross-border judicial litigation, which the government hopes will boost investment into the country.
The complete shortlist for Latin Lawyer's eighth annual Deal of the Year Awards is now available here.
Latin Lawyer is pleased to announce the shortlists for the next two categories of its eighth annual Deal of the Year Awards: project finance and disputes.