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Venezuelan firms announce strategic hires ahead of “decisive” election
Venezuelan firms announce strategic hires ahead of “decisive” election

Venezuelan firms announce strategic hires ahead of “decisive” election

03 October 2012

Venezuelan firm Hoet Peláez Castillo & Duque and Hogan Lovells LLP’s Caracas office have both announced new hires ahead of what lawyers are describing as a “decisive” presidential election that could see the country open its doors to increased foreign investment should the opposition party win.

Third partner leaves Venezuelan firm
Third partner leaves Venezuelan firm

Third partner leaves Venezuelan firm

21 August 2012

Venezuela’s Araque Reyna Sosa Viso & Asociados has bolstered its public law practice with two partners and an associate from Bolinaga Levy, Márquez & Canova, less than a fortnight after two name partners left that firm for D'Empaire Reyna Abogados.

D’Empaire boosts tax, labour and environment with triple hire
D’Empaire boosts tax, labour and environment with triple hire

D’Empaire boosts tax, labour and environment with triple hire

10 August 2012

Venezuelan firm D'Empaire Reyna Abogados has hired three new partners, increasing the partnership to 15 and boosting the firm’s tax, labour and environment practice areas.

Akerman expands LatAm offer with new hires
Akerman expands LatAm offer with new hires

Akerman expands LatAm offer with new hires

29 May 2012

US firm Akerman Senterfitt has hired a shareholder and of counsel to strengthen its Latin American and Caribbean practice in its New York and Miami offices.

Questions surround Venezuela’s new labour law
Questions surround Venezuela’s new labour law

Questions surround Venezuela’s new labour law

25 May 2012

In the run-up to Venezuela’s elections this October, President Hugo Chávez has introduced a new labour law with wide-reaching changes, but the country’s lawyers are sceptical about whether it is the right way to boost Venezuela’s flagging economy.

Latin Lawyer 250 country by country: Venezuela
Latin Lawyer 250 country by country: Venezuela

Latin Lawyer 250 country by country: Venezuela

26 April 2012

Today one of the region’s more complex legal markets, Venezuela, is the subject of our daily analysis of the coverage in the new edition of the Latin Lawyer 250.

Masters of M&A
Masters of M&A

Masters of M&A

13 April 2012

Much of Latin America emerged largely unscathed from the global financial crisis and continues to feature a host of countries experiencing economic growth rates the US and Europe can only dream of. So it is little surprise that increasing numbers of multinationals should look to the region in search of new markets and higher returns on investment. Joe Rowley takes a look at the leading M&A lawyers best equipped to help acquisitive companies seal the deal

Venezuelan government sets maximum sales prices
Venezuelan government sets maximum sales prices

Venezuelan government sets maximum sales prices

22 March 2012

With Venezuela’s presidential elections approaching, President Hugo Chávez is unveiling a raft of measures to slash rampant inflation and ensure that his administration is firmly in citizens’ minds come ballot day, but some of the country’s corporate lawyers caution that short term price cuts do not always lead to long term economic growth.

Pessimism of the intellect, optimism of the will
Pessimism of the intellect, optimism of the will

Pessimism of the intellect, optimism of the will

13 March 2012

Running a law firm or a legal department in today’s Venezuela has gone so far beyond ‘complex’ that maintaining a positive outlook would seem impossible. But, finds Clare Bolton, a fair number of Caracas’s lawyers think the glass just might be half full

Araque Reyna deepens labour law offer
Araque Reyna deepens labour law offer

Araque Reyna deepens labour law offer

01 March 2012

Venezuelan firm Araque Reyna Sosa Viso & Asociados has absorbed labour boutique Aguirre & Moschiano, part of a move to expand the firm as presidential elections approach.