Miranda & Amado Abogados has helped Jockey Plaza Shopping Center acquire real estate company Inversiones Castelar, which owns the Boulevard de Asia shopping centre in Lima.
A Peruvian judge has ordered the pre-trial detention of 14 arbitrators – including one who has sat at International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) – while they are investigated for allegedly taking bribes to favour scandal-hit construction company Odebrecht in a series of cases that cost the state more than US$250 million.
Rodrigo, Elías & Medrano Abogados in Lima has helped logistics company Impala Terminals Perú obtain a loan.
A Canadian-listed mining company has won US$34 million in a Lima-seated arbitration against a Peruvian state-owned development bank over the financing of a gold project.
Two partners who used to lead Miranda & Amado Abogados’ labour department have left with a large contingent to restart their former boutique – while their previous firm has restructured the practice with internal talent.
Ahead of the publication of the 2020 edition of LACCA Approved, we take a look at the results to find out who Latin America’s leading law firm partners are, as voted for by in-house counsel.
Some 107 Latin American and international law firms have helped companies in the region raise nearly US$90 billion through 367 debt capital markets deals between January and June of this year, according to Latin Lawyer's data.
Latin Lawyer recorded 53 debt transactions outside Brazil, with a combined value of US$18.7 billion.
Latin Lawyer recorded 47 debt transactions outside Brazil, with a combined value of US$11.7 billion.
Shearman & Sterling LLP in New York and Menlo Park; Garrigues (Peru) and Arias, Aleman & Mora in Panama City have helped Peruvian group Intercorp Financial Services (IFS) raise US$414 million in a New York IPO and an additional US$54 million through an equity offering in Lima.