11 September 2019
Spanish power company Grenergy Renovables has hired Philippi Prietocarrizosa Ferrero DU & Uría (Chile) to sell several renewables assets in Chile, worth US$208 million.
03 September 2019
Milbank in New York and Carey in Santiago have helped a Chilean energy company owned by France’s Total and US solar energy group SunPower obtain project financing worth US$212 million for a renewables project in northern Chile.
30 August 2019
Philippi Prietocarrizosa Ferrero DU & Uría (Chile) has hired a former name partner from Eyzaguirre Burlé Abogados to co-head its labour practice.
21 August 2019
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.
29 July 2019
A competition court in Chile has dismissed a petition brought by the country’s national television association that called for the government to change how artist copyright royalties are set to promote competition.
11 July 2019
The Republic of Chile has hired Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP in Buenos Aires and New York and Morales & Besa in Santiago to issue Latin America’s first ever green sovereign bonds, through two international transactions worth a total of US$2.4 billion.
03 July 2019
Carey’s football team has won a tournament organised by the Chilean Women Lawyers Football League.
17 June 2019
Sullivan & Cromwell LLP in New York and Chilean firm Carey has helped Teck Resources obtain US$2.5 billion in project financing to develop one of the world's largest undeveloped copper deposits.
30 May 2019
Philippi Prietocarrizosa Ferrero DU & Uría (Chile) has helped Finnish industrial machinery company Metso acquire the services division of Chilean mining technology company HighService.
28 May 2019
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP in Buenos Aires, New York and London and Morales & Besa in Santiago have helped the Republic of Chile issue Chilean peso-denominated bonds for 1.3 trillion pesos (US$1.9 billion).