An International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) tribunal has ruled that a company owned by two controversial Brazilian brothers must proceed with the multibillion-dollar sale of a pulp maker to a business run by one of Asia’s wealthiest families.
Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP and E.Munhoz Advogados have helped the construction services arm of Brazil’s Odebrecht close the restructuring of approximately US$3.4 billion worth of debt.
The winners in all 10 categories of our 14th annual Deal of the Year Awards are revealed here.
Latin Lawyer will announce the winners of its 14th annual Deal of the Year Awards on Tuesday 29 September.
A Brazilian court has approved a restructuring plan for non-operating companies in Brazil’s Odebrecht group, which will see it pay creditors with the proceeds of asset sales and new, profit-sharing securities.
LACCA’s research into "Who Represents Latin America's Biggest Companies" reveals that the region’s boutique firms often appeal to companies from highly regulated industries who are looking for specialised advice.
Latin Lawyer is delighted to announce the shortlisted cases for the disputes, regulatory and restructuring categories of our 14th annual Deal of the Year Awards.
A Rio de Janeiro-seated tribunal has rejected an application by Heineken to terminate a long-term contract with Coca-Cola and 12 distributors in Brazil, as the Dutch brewer sought to consolidate its operations in the country.
Felsberg Advogados is representing a Brazilian state-owned bank that has asked for scandal-ridden construction group Odebrecht to be liquidated, arguing that a restructuring plan tabled by the company is unlawful.
The construction arm of Brazil’s Odebrecht Group has reached an out-of-court restructuring deal, with bondholders set to take a 55% discount.