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Deal Tracker: Which were the busiest firms in Q1&2 2022?

Law firms in Latin America were busy at work in the first half of 2022, despite global economic challenges. Latin Lawyer's Deal Tracker Report reveals which firms did the most deals across the region.

23 November 2022

Colbún and Codelco renegotiate PPA in Chile

Barros & Errázuriz Abogados has helped Chilean power company Colbún renegotiate its power purchase agreement (PPA) with state-owned copper miner Codelco.

22 November 2022

Chilean solar group signs PPA with Enel

Carey has helped Madrid-based renewables company Grupo Fotones sign a power purchase agreement (PPA) with the Chilean branch of Italy’s Enel.

16 November 2022

Chile's competition tribunal gives first interlocking directorates fine

Chile’s competition tribunal has approved a first-of-its-kind settlement agreement with a bank accused of breaking rules that prevent directors from serving on the boards of rivals, ordering the company to pay a US$1.2 million fine.

10 November 2022

LATAM completes Chapter 11

A slew of US and Latin American firms have helped LATAM Airlines exit from its Chapter 11 proceedings, putting an end to a landmark cross-border restructuring that began over two years ago.

09 November 2022

Who are LACCA’s Thought Leaders 2023?

LACCA members have cast their votes. We take a look at which private practice lawyers have been identified as leaders in their field by Latin America’s in-house community.

03 November 2022

Who is in LACCA Approved 2023?

The Latin American Corporate Counsel Association has released the latest edition of LACCA Approved. Read on to find out who Latin America’s leading private practitioners are and which law firms received the most votes.

01 November 2022

Renewables company Sonnedix expands in Chile

White & Case LLP in Houston and Carey in Santiago have helped multinational renewables company Sonnedix acquire a solar and wind power portfolio from Chilean investor Arroyo.

01 November 2022

Multiple firms steer German shipper to US$1 billion Chilean buy

A slew of law firms has helped German shipping company Hapag-Lloyd expand in Latin America by purchasing two subsidiaries of Chilean foreign trade services group SAAM for US$1 billion.

26 October 2022

Chilean competition tribunal gives first fine under new regime

Chile’s competition tribunal has confirmed a settlement between the country’s antitrust watchdog and a shipping company, marking the first time the authority has successfully challenged a completed deal that wasn't notified.

17 October 2022

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