Project finance & infrastructure

Dorsey & Whitney poaches LatAm co-chair from Akerman

US firm Dorsey & Whitney LLP has boosted its Latin America offering in New York by hiring Akerman LLP’s regional co-chair, adding to other departures from the latter’s Latin America group in recent months.

Colombia’s ISA acquires 4G toll road for US$528 million

Partner returns to Latham from US development bank


Liberal Brazil

As the controversial government of Jair Bolsonaro takes shape in Brazil – with worrying implications for human rights, minorities and the environment – an unprecedented liberalisation programme is substantially changing the country’s economic system. Can it deliver on its promise to attract investors by making Brazil a better place for business?

Funding Brazil’s infrastructure gap

Upgrading infrastructure is at the top of President Jair Bolsonaro’s list of priorities. A smaller role for the state opens the door to increased private participation in sectors crying out for investment. Ricardo Russo, a partner at Pinheiro Neto Advogados, explains how developers are using Brazil’s capital markets to fund projects.

These firms have professional notices in the Latin Lawyer 250


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Latin Lawyer Interactive: Oil and Gas

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