Mexican firm Sánchez Devanny has hired AstraZeneca’s in-house head of legal to lead its intellectual property and data privacy departments.
Mexican firm Sánchez Devanny has elected a new managing partner and the heads of its Monterrey and Mexico City offices.
Mexico’s Sánchez Devanny has relocated two partners from Mexico City to its Querétaro office, broadening its service offering to meet increasing client demand in the central Bajío region.
Businesses across Latin America are failing to appoint enough women, people with disabilities or LGBT employees to senior positions, but should be prepared to lead the way for social inclusion in the region, said panellists at Latin Lawyer’s 3rd annual labour and employment conference.
A special senior advisor to Argentina’s ministry of justice and human rights will discuss the country’s movement away from socialism and its implications for labour laws, at Latin Lawyer’s 3rd Labour and Employment conference, to be held on Wednesday in Miami.
There is just over a week to go before Latin Lawyer’s 3rd Labour and Employment conference, which will be held in Miami on 28 September.
A super early booking rate for Latin Lawyer’s 3rd Labour & Employment conference, to be held in Miami on 28 September, expires on Friday.
Mijares, Angoitia, Cortés y Fuentes SC has helped Mexican paper manufacturer Grupo Gondi buy the folding carton activities of local counterpart Constantia Flexibles Group.
Continuing with our tour of Latin America’s legal markets to mark the launch of the 18th edition of the Latin Lawyer 250, today we turn to Mexico.
Mexico’s Sánchez Devanny has hired a Japanese consultant partner from Cuesta Campos Abogados to open a Japan desk, which will court the East Asian country’s large automotive sector.