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Tax heads from Chilean airliner LATAM, food service group Compass, logistics provider Crowley and scaffolding supplier AT-PAC will discuss transfer pricing and customs duties in a panel moderated by a top DLA Piper LLP economist at the Latin Lawyer Live 3rd Annual Tax summit next month.
KPMG and PwC alongside multinational companies like US scaffolding maker AT-PAC, UK food services supplier Compass, marine solutions provider Crowley Maritime and aircraft operator LATAM will send senior representatives to speak at the Latin Lawyer Live 3rd Annual Tax summit, which will be held at The Betsy on Thursday 8 November in Miami Beach.
Yariv Brauner, a professor of international tax law at the University of Florida, will deliver the keynote speech at the Latin Lawyer Live 3rd Annual Tax summit, which will be held at The Betsy on Thursday 8 November in Miami Beach.
In a fast-changing world, the Latin Lawyer Elite firms of 2018 have shown themselves willing to take innovative steps to defend their leading positions.
There are nine law firms in the Costa Rican chapter of the Latin Lawyer 250, making it the largest in the Central American section. Costa Rica is also home to some of the biggest firms in the region. BLP (Costa Rica) has 86 lawyers, while Consortium Legal (Costa Rica) has a headcount of 80, more than double their counterparts in the other four countries. The country’s strong business community and political stability have enabled law firms to grow and deepen their specialisations.
Telecoms company Liberty Latin America has hired EY Law (Costa Rica) to acquire a majority stake in Televisora de Costa Rica subsidiary Cabletica for US$250 million.
Consortium Legal (Costa Rica) has promoted a labour lawyer to partner as the firm prepares to navigate an increasingly challenging labour environment.
Despite slow economic growth in El Salvador, García & Bodán is forecasting more domestic and international business activity in 2018, promoting a corporate lawyer to the partnership to meet demand.
Applying policies consistently is crucial to avoid being penalised under new transfer pricing regulations, said UPS' director of taxes for the Americas at Latin Lawyer’s 2nd Annual Tax Summit, held in Miami earlier this month.