The regionalisation of the Central American legal market is plain to see in the Honduran chapter of the Latin Lawyer 250, where only two of the seven firms are still single market players: Melara & Asociados and Bufete Mejía & Asociados.
Latin Lawyer continues with its run-through of the region’s leading business law firms. Today’s focus is Honduras, as analysed in the 19th edition of Latin Lawyer 250.
Latin Lawyer continues its overview of Latin America’s leading business law firms, as analysed in the 18th edition of the Latin Lawyer 250, with a look at the major developments in Honduras.
Latin Lawyer continues with its overview of the region’s leading business law firms in Latin America, as analysed in the 17th edition of Latin Lawyer 250. Today the focus is on Honduras.
One of the smaller markets in Central America has been dominated by regional firms – but competition remains fierce.
Following the online publication of the 15th edition of Latin Lawyer 250 we continue our tour of the region by turning to Honduras.
Ring up a company’s customer service helpline nowadays and the call could be answered by someone thousands of miles away, so widespread is the use of outsourcing. Honduras’ government has recently introduced new legislation in the hope that such calls might be taken by Hondurans with increasing regularity – a move that lawyers say could provide an engine for the country’s short-term economic growth.
The legal market in Honduras is today’s highlight in a series of reflections on the Latin American legal market to coincide the publication of the 14th edition of Latin Lawyer 250.
US wire and cable producer General Cable has significantly bolstered its position in Latin America, by buying US copper company Freeport-McMoran Copper & Gold's global wire and cable business.