11 June 2019
Allende & Brea has helped Brazilian food processor Marfrig acquire the remaining stake in BRF's Argentine operation, Quickfood, giving it full control of the company.
10 May 2019
Argentine firms have recorded the highest number of debt capital markets deals in January and February, making them the busiest players in Spanish-speaking Latin America for four consecutive months.
08 April 2019
Some 150 Latin American and international law firms have helped companies in the region raise more than US$200 billion through nearly 800 debt and equity capital markets deals throughout 2018, according to Latin Lawyer data.
14 March 2019
Argentina’s Pérez Alati, Grondona, Benites & Arntsen and international law firm Shearman & Sterling LLP advised on the most debt capital markets transactions in Spanish-speaking Latin America during November and December, according to Latin Lawyer’s latest research.
09 January 2019
Allende & Brea’s managing partner predicts a solid year for M&A deals as the firm promotes two lawyers to partner, bolstering its corporate and tax practices.
07 January 2019
Brazilian food-processing company Marfrig has hired Lefosse Advogados in São Paulo and Allende & Brea in Buenos Aires to buy a majority stake in Quickfood from Brazilian counterpart BRF for 300 million reais (US$77 million).
10 December 2018
The competition authorities of Brazil, Mexico, Peru, Argentina and Chile have signed a joint statement on shared principles that will guide the implementation of their leniency regimes – following recent controversy in the region about the confidentiality of submitted applications.
29 November 2018
Brazilian law firm TozziniFreire Advogados has launched a network aimed at developing compliance best practices and enhancing discussion on regional anti-corruption matters.
20 November 2018
A corporate partner from Argentine firm Allende & Brea has been appointed alternate justice at the country’s Supreme Court.
02 November 2018
Competition authorities in Canada and Chile have conditionally approved the merger of Linde and Praxair, requiring major asset divestments to remedy competition concerns in the domestic industrial gas supply markets.