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Pro bono: Leading Lights
Pro bono: Leading Lights

Pro bono: Leading Lights

01 March 2021

Here we celebrate “Leading Lights”, the law firms making a noteworthy contribution to strengthening Latin America’s pro bono culture.

Pro bono: Clearing the way
Pro bono: Clearing the way

Pro bono: Clearing the way

01 March 2021

As clearing house membership reaches an all-time high, the institutions across the region acting as the go-between for law firms and pro bono projects are reinventing themselves, adapting to the times to provide first-class responses to those most in need. They are plugging gaps, as well as making pro bono networks more inclusive.

Pro bono: A critical state
Pro bono: A critical state

Pro bono: A critical state

26 February 2021

Necessity is often considered the greatest driver of innovation. As a result of covid-19, the traditional service model for legal advice across all practice areas has had to evolve, pro bono included. Lawyers who work in this field are having to adapt to continue to provide access to justice for vulnerable people in today’s digitalised and distressed world.

Martínez de Hoz stars in Equinor-YPF oil block sale to Shell
Martínez de Hoz stars in Equinor-YPF oil block sale to Shell

Martínez de Hoz stars in Equinor-YPF oil block sale to Shell

02 February 2021

Martínez de Hoz & Rueda in Buenos Aires has helped Norwegian oil company Equinor divest a minority stake in an Argentine offshore oil field, which it jointly owns with local counterpart YPF, to Shell. 

Neuquén becomes latest Argentine province to restructure debt
Neuquén becomes latest Argentine province to restructure debt

Neuquén becomes latest Argentine province to restructure debt

11 December 2020

Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP in New York and Buenos Aires and Tanoira Cassagne Abogados in Buenos Aires have helped the Argentine province of Neuquén restructure international notes worth US$683 million.

Argentine grid manager faces second arbitration claim
Argentine grid manager faces second arbitration claim

Argentine grid manager faces second arbitration claim

22 October 2020

Argentina’s electricity market manager is facing a second claim at the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) filed by an investor in a World Bank-sponsored renewables incentives programme.

Chevron defeats bid to enforce Amazonian pollution judgment
Chevron defeats bid to enforce Amazonian pollution judgment

Chevron defeats bid to enforce Amazonian pollution judgment

10 August 2020

The Argentine Supreme Court has refused to enforce a US$9.5 billion judgment against Chevron over environmental pollution in the Amazon that a United Nations Commission On International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) tribunal has found to be a denial of justice.

M&A league table 2019: Argentina
M&A league table 2019: Argentina

M&A league table 2019: Argentina

22 June 2020

Latin Lawyer gathered data on M&A activity across Latin America during 2019. Here we present our findings for Argentina.

M&A deals in Argentina: March-December 2019
M&A deals in Argentina: March-December 2019

M&A deals in Argentina: March-December 2019

22 June 2020

Latin Lawyer recorded 30 M&A deals that closed in Argentina between March and December 2019. When counting only public values, combined deal value exceeded US$519 million.

Shell and Equinor take control of Vaca Muerta block
Shell and Equinor take control of Vaca Muerta block

Shell and Equinor take control of Vaca Muerta block

11 June 2020

Martínez de Hoz & Rueda has helped Argentina’s state-owned oil company YPF sell a minority stake in an oil block in the Vaca Muerta shale formation.