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Trust in governments key to tax amnesty’s success, hear delegates
Trust in governments key to tax amnesty’s success, hear delegates

Trust in governments key to tax amnesty’s success, hear delegates

11 December 2017

Tax amnesty programmes only work if taxpayers trust governments to protect and avoid misusing their financial information, said panellists at Latin Lawyer’s 2nd Annual Tax Summit, held in Miami last month.

Latin Lawyer tax summit gets CLE accreditation
Latin Lawyer tax summit gets CLE accreditation

Latin Lawyer tax summit gets CLE accreditation

06 November 2017

Latin Lawyer's 2nd Annual Tax Summit has got CLE accreditation from The Florida Bar ahead of the big event, which will be held on Thursday in Miami.

Peruvian beverage maker in sprawling multi-jurisdictional financing
Peruvian beverage maker in sprawling multi-jurisdictional financing

Peruvian beverage maker in sprawling multi-jurisdictional financing

27 October 2016

Clifford Chance LLP in New York, six offices from Central American firm Arias & Muñoz, Mexico's Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enriquez SC and Dias Carneiro Advogados in São Paulo have helped Peruvian drinks maker Aje obtain a syndicated loan worth US$88 million, in a cross-border deal involving 13 Latin American jurisdictions.

Latin Lawyer 250 country by country: Venezuela
Latin Lawyer 250 country by country: Venezuela

Latin Lawyer 250 country by country: Venezuela

23 March 2016

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.

Hoet Peláez hires tax and administrative duo
Hoet Peláez hires tax and administrative duo

Hoet Peláez hires tax and administrative duo

02 February 2015

Venezuelan firm Hoet Peláez Castillo & Duque has recruited a counsel and a partner to join its tax and administrative departments, as part of a strategy to adapt to the country’s economic crisis and to prepare for the future.

Lawyers urge Chávez successor to build inclusiveness
Lawyers urge Chávez successor to build inclusiveness

Lawyers urge Chávez successor to build inclusiveness

06 March 2013

With Venezuela gearing up for seven days of official mourning after yesterday’s announcement of the death of President Hugo Chávez at the age of 58, members of the country’s legal community have urged his successor to “build inclusiveness” within the country, while pointing out that a number of ambiguities within the country’s constitution must be clarified before a new president can be appointed.

Firms reconvene for Ajegroup’s follow-on debt offering
Firms reconvene for Ajegroup’s follow-on debt offering

Firms reconvene for Ajegroup’s follow-on debt offering

23 November 2012

Clifford Chance LLP, through its New York office, and Dutch firm NautaDutilh New York PC have advised Peruvian beverages producer and distributor Ajegroup on a follow-on offering of US$150 million worth of notes in the international markets.

WDA adds two in corporate and arbitration
WDA adds two in corporate and arbitration

WDA adds two in corporate and arbitration

22 November 2012

Venezuela’s WDA Legal has hired two lawyers as partner and counsel to boost its corporate and arbitration offerings.

Latin Lawyer 250 country by country: Venezuela
Latin Lawyer 250 country by country: Venezuela

Latin Lawyer 250 country by country: Venezuela

26 April 2012

Today one of the region’s more complex legal markets, Venezuela, is the subject of our daily analysis of the coverage in the new edition of the Latin Lawyer 250.

McDonald's franchiser taps debt markets
McDonald's franchiser taps debt markets

McDonald's franchiser taps debt markets

28 September 2009

Davis Polk & Wardwell has represented Latin America's biggest restaurant operator Arcos Dorados in a US$450 million bond offering in the US.