With the launch of three new regional players in the past two years, the Central American legal market seems in the midst of a “second wave” of regional expansion. Joe Rowley talks to new entrants, established players and independent firms about the challenge of navigating the region’s shifting legal landscape and what the future may hold as Central America’s economies continue to internationalise
One of the smaller markets in Central America has been dominated by regional firms – but competition remains fierce.
García & Bodán (Honduras) and Arnold & Porter LLP have helped Honduras with a US$500 million notes issuance.
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Littler Mendelson PC, the largest labour and employment firm in the US, will today announce its merger with Colombia’s Godoy Córdoba Abogados and Costa Rica’s BDS Asesores; giving it a presence in four more countries in Latin America.
García & Bodán (Honduras) has helped United Airlines register in Honduras after its merger with Continental Airlines.
García & Bodán (Honduras) and the Washington, DC office of Arnold & Porter LLP have helped the government of Honduras issue its first bonds on the international markets, worth US$500 million.
Following the online publication of the 15th edition of Latin Lawyer 250 we continue our tour of the region by turning to Honduras.