Latin American law firms continue to grow, reporting promotions in a broad range of practice areas.
Jaime Carey’s appointment as chair of the IBA Legal Practice Division (LPD) is thought to be the highest-ranking position held by a Chilean lawyer at the association.
Argentina and Brazil have both moved away from leftist governments, presenting adjustments to their employment laws, but Venezuela’s protectionist labour regulations show no sign of changing, heard delegates at Latin Lawyer’s 3rd annual labour and employment conference, held last week in Miami.
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.
Hoet Peláez Castillo & Duque has promoted an IP partner, continuing a rare promotion spree amid Venezuela's deepening political and economic malaise.
As we round up our tour of the region’s legal markets following the publication of the 18th edition of Latin Lawyer 250, today we look at Venezuela.
Latin Lawyer’s 10th annual charity awards ceremony is being held in aid of three of the region’s pro bono clearinghouses, including Fundación Pro Bono Venezuela (Provene).
Venezuela’s president has used decree powers to raise fuel prices for the first time in two decades and devalue the bolívar, after the legislature’s decision not to grant him emergency powers was overturned, as the country edges closer to sovereign default.