EY Law (Peru) and Rubio Leguía Normand have helped local financial institution Credicorp make the first issuance from its FIBRA real estate trust to buy an office tower in Lima.
Multiple international and Latin American law firms have helped in the closing of LATAM Airlines’ US$2.45 billion debtor-in-possession (DIP) financing, after overcoming several judicial hurdles.
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.
Peru’s Estudio Olaechea has appointed two new partners to head its criminal law and compliance and energy and natural resources practices.
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.
Latin Lawyer is pleased to announce the winner of this year’s Latin Lawyer Diversity Initiative of the Year Award: The Best Practices Guide, an initiative launched by Women in Profession Perú (WIP Perú) along with some of the country's top law firms and companies to increase the role of women in the legal practice.
Peru’s Estudio Olaechea has promoted a real estate lawyer to equity partner, reaffirming its commitment to organic growth and diversity.
Rubio Leguía Normand co-founder Alfonso Rubio, who is credited with modernising Peru's tax code in the 1980s, has died aged 101.
Peru's Estudio Olaechea has hired a disputes lawyer from Rubio Leguía Normand.
Almost half of promotions to partner reported on by Latin Lawyer in 2016 came from Chilean, Colombian, Mexican and Peruvian firms – with firms from the Pacific Alliances reporting more promotions than their Mercosur counterparts.