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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.
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is popularly known as El Peje because of his Tabasqueño accent. The nickname comes from pejelagarto (literally, fishlizard), an alligator-like fish from his native Tabasco. Much like his freshwater namesake, it’s hard to pin down what he is, so Latin Lawyer asked some of Mexico’s top lawyers for help.
Mexico’s competition authority is investigating suspected anticompetitive practices in the corn flour market.
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.
Mexico’s competition authority has fined Dun & Bradstreet 27.4 million pesos (US$1.5 million) for refusal to grant a competitor access to its database, but dropped allegations against another credit bureau due to lack of evidence.
Latin Lawyer is delighted to announce the shortlisted transactions for the banking and finance, capital markets, project finance (infrastructure) and restructuring categories of its 13th annual Deal of the Year Awards.
Hogan Lovells (Mexico) has strengthened its regulatory and corporate practices, promoting three lawyers to counsel to broaden the firm’s top-tier offering as transactional work decreases.
From the determined strength of pro bono coordinators to the collaborative efforts of law firms (played out increasingly across borders), the results of our annual pro bono survey demonstrate how pro bono is weaved into the fabric of Latin America’s legal market. The work being done around the region showcases the outstanding achievements of lawyers and clearing houses working together. Now, the challenge is to engage even more lawyers in the fight to bring access to justice to all.
Law firms that stand out for the pro bono work done by their lawyers and for their efforts to build a lasting pro bono infrastructure, both internally and in their legal market.