Brazilian firm Vieira Rezende Advogados has hired a banking and finance partner from Araújo e Policastro Advogados in São Paulo to complement its project finance and infrastructure offering.
São Paulo firm Araújo e Policastro Advogados has strengthened its corporate practice by hiring a lawyer from Wald, Antunes, Vita, Longo & Associados Advogados.
Brazil’s Araújo e Policastro Advogados has hired two partners with banking and finance, capital markets and tax experience to help strengthen several areas left depleted by the departure of three partners to set up their own firm last year.
While 2016 marked the rise of populism in the US and Europe, in Latin America business-friendly administrations took the reins of several of the region’s countries. With this in mind, law firms stocked up departments in preparation for an expected uptick in transactional work. Latin Lawyer takes a look at the most significant of these developments.
Prominent M&A and private equity partner Carlos Rolim de Mello is leaving Machado, Meyer, Sendacz e Opice Advogados to establish a five partner boutique in São Paulo.
Three partners from several Brazilian firms and the in-house counsel of a private equity group have established a new firm in anticipation of a capital markets upswing.
With political and economic change on the horizon for many Latin American countries, 2014 was marked by a slew of strategic hires in the region’s legal markets. Whether it be Mexico’s energy reforms, Argentina’s upcoming presidential elections or Brazil’s newly elected parliament, law firms spent 2014 gearing up for what is expected to be a busy year ahead. Vincent Manancourt takes a look at some of the most memorable developments in Latin America’s legal markets over the last 12 months
Brazil’s Araújo e Policastro Advogados has boosted its labour practice through the hire of a new partner.
Brazil’s Araújo e Policastro Advogados has hired a tax partner from Siqueira Castro Advogados as part of its bid to strengthen its full-service capabilities.
Araújo e Policastro Advogados has helped US truck supplier Meritor and its Brazilian subsidiary divest their interest in a local joint venture.