Latin Lawyer gathered data on M&A activity across Latin America over 2019. Here, we present the firms that won the most work in Uruguay.
Latin Lawyer recently published an article about Roemmers buying Laboratorios Haymann, omitting Posadas, Posadas & Vecino's role in the deal. An updated version of the story follows below:
Posadas, Posadas & Vecino has helped the Spanish branch of UK renewables investor Cubico acquire a wind farm in Uruguay.
Law firms that stand out for the pro bono work done by their lawyers and for their efforts to build a lasting pro bono infrastructure, both internally and in their legal market.
Uruguay’s Posadas, Posadas & Vecino has strengthened its administrative, corporate and tax practices by promoting three senior associates to the partnership.
Canadian publicly owned specialty pharmaceuticals company Knight Therapeutics has hired Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg in Montréal, Pinheiro Neto Advogados in São Paulo, Ferrere (Uruguay), Brigard Urrutia in Bogotá and Beccar Varela in Buenos Aires to buy a majority stake in Uruguayan biopharmaceutical group Biotoscana, in a deal valued at 1.1 billion Brazilian reais (US$273 million).
Hughes & Hughes has helped a consortium close and obtain financing for a public private partnership (PPP) contract to build 59 educational centres.
Posadas, Posadas & Vecino in Montevideo has helped Uruguay’s biggest dairy company, Conaprole, get a credit facility from International Finance Corporation (IFC) and Inter-American Investment Corporation (IIC) for its San José industrial project.
Posadas, Posadas & Vecino has helped Uruguay’s largest dairy producer Conaprole sign an agreement with German farming technology company GEA to expand a production plant.
Jiménez de Aréchaga, Viana & Brause has helped a motorway project in south-western Uruguay obtain a credit facility.