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Exploring the minimum wage across Latin America
Exploring the minimum wage across Latin America

Exploring the minimum wage across Latin America

25 August 2020

Most countries have a national minimum wage in some form. For legal teams at both local businesses and multinational corporations across several jurisdictions, keeping up with minimum wage requirements can be tricky. In this article, LACCA turns to member firms of Ius Laboris, the world’s largest HR and employment law firm alliance, to provide a comparison of how rates differ across Latin America, taking into account any recent developments from the covid-19 pandemic.

Mexico introduces digital service tax on foreign companies
Mexico introduces digital service tax on foreign companies

Mexico introduces digital service tax on foreign companies

13 July 2020

Foreign businesses providing digital services to Mexican customers now face 16% VAT and new tax and compliance obligations. Lawyers discuss who exactly this new tax regime applies to and highlight what legal teams should be prioritising to overcome new hurdles.

M&A league table 2019: Mexico
M&A league table 2019: Mexico

M&A league table 2019: Mexico

29 June 2020

Latin Lawyer collected data on M&A activity across Latin America during 2019. Here we present who won the most work in Mexico according to our findings.

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

M&A deals in Mexico: March-December 2019

29 June 2020

Latin Lawyer's data shows that 44 M&A deals closed in Mexico between March and December 2019. Considering only deals with a public value, those transactions had a combined value of some US$22 billion.

What travel and labour law changes affect Peru and Mexico right now?
What travel and labour law changes affect Peru and Mexico right now?

What travel and labour law changes affect Peru and Mexico right now?

15 June 2020

Some countries are easing the restrictions they previously put in place to combat covid-19 while others are still taking a firm stance. In the third article of a series on this topic, LACCA turns to member firms of Ius Laboris, the world’s largest HR and employment law firm alliance, provide guidance on the impact of covid-19 on mobility and labour legislation in Mexico and Peru.

Signed and announced M&A deals multijurisdictional: March-December
Signed and announced M&A deals multijurisdictional: March-December

Signed and announced M&A deals multijurisdictional: March-December

15 June 2020

Latin Lawyer recorded 14 multijurisdictional M&A deals that were signed or announced in Latin America from March to December 2019. Counting the deals, of which the value was public, the combined deal value was nearly US$15 billion.

Closed M&A deals multijurisdictional: March-December
Closed M&A deals multijurisdictional: March-December

Closed M&A deals multijurisdictional: March-December

15 June 2020

Latin Lawyer recorded 22 multijurisdictional M&A deals that closed in Latin America from March to December 2019. Counting the deals, of which the value was public, the combined deal value was US$2.5 billion.

Basham promotes four in Mexico
Basham promotes four in Mexico

Basham promotes four in Mexico

28 April 2020

Mexican Latin Lawyer 250 firm Basham, Ringe y Correa has promoted four associates to partner, strengthening its IP, tax, disputes and banking and finance offerings.

Covid-19’s worst case scenario for workforces: closures and mass layoffs
Covid-19’s worst case scenario for workforces: closures and mass layoffs

Covid-19’s worst case scenario for workforces: closures and mass layoffs

20 April 2020

The covid-19 pandemic is throwing up a harsh reality for companies and GCs, which are having to consider an increasingly drastic set of options to handle the changes the crisis might make to their businesses and workforces. Closures and mass layoffs are looming large for many companies, and GCs are seeking out the best advice from their external counsel.

Covid-19’s worst case scenario for workforces: closures and mass layoffs
Covid-19’s worst case scenario for workforces: closures and mass layoffs

Covid-19’s worst case scenario for workforces: closures and mass layoffs

17 April 2020

The covid-19 pandemic is throwing up a harsh reality for employers, which are having to consider an increasingly drastic set of options to handle the changes the crisis might make to their businesses and workforces. Closures and mass layoffs are looming large for many companies, but lawyers are advising businesses to consider these options with caution.