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Latin Lawyer Deal of the Year winners announced

Latin Lawyer announced the winners of its 16th annual Deal of the Year Awards at a charity dinner in São Paulo on 5 May, which was attended by over 250 guests.

06 May 2022

Beccar Varela makes three new partners

Argentine Elite firm Beccar Varela has strengthened its life sciences, corporate and finance practices by elevating three associates to its senior rank.

20 April 2022

Familiar firms return for final Advent-Prisma deal in Argentina

US private equity group Advent has turned to Baker McKenzie LLP in New York and Buenos Aires to purchase the remaining stake in Argentine electronic payment group Prisma Medios de Pago for US$360 million.

06 April 2022

Argentine agribusiness Bioceres merges with US counterpart

Argentine crop technology company Bioceres has enlisted the São Paulo, New York and Washington, DC offices of Linklaters to merge with US agribusiness Marrone Bio Innovations (MBI) in a deal worth US$236 million.

04 April 2022

Deal of the Year 2021: the full shortlist

Latin Lawyer will announce the winners of the 16th annual Deal of the Year Awards on the night of our charity awards ceremoney at Hotel Unique in São Paulo on Thursday 5 May.

17 March 2022

Deal of the Year: the shortlists for M&A, ESG and private equity

Latin Lawyer is delighted to announce the deals shortlisted for the private and public M&A, ESG and private equity categories of our 16th annual Deal of the Year Awards.

03 March 2022

Latin Lawyer announces Pro Bono Law Firm of the Year Award

Latin Lawyer is pleased to announce the winner of this year’s Pro Bono Law Firm of the Year Award: Beccar Varela in Argentina.

09 February 2022

Beccar Varela hires environmental law partner

Argentine Elite firm Beccar Varela has added to its partnership by hiring an in-house lawyer from local steel manufacturer Tenaris to lead its environmental law and climate change department.

07 February 2022

Pro bono: On the frontline

Quédate en casa (“Stay at home”) was the universal slogan echoed by Latin American governments when the covid-19 pandemic erupted in 2020. However, as one United Nations report puts it, the phrase Quédate en casa … si puedes pagarlo (“Stay at home, if you can afford it”) was more befitting a region where millions had no choice but to leave their house or risk freefalling into extreme poverty.

05 February 2022

Pro bono: The good fight bearing fruit

The responsibility of making justice more accessible in Latin America weighs heavier than ever on the shoulders of lawyers in the region, and law firms have risen to that challenge. Practitioners are now engaging with pro bono matters more than ever and firms’ efforts to institutionalise pro bono services are delivering results beyond expectations. We present key trends from this year’s Latin Lawyer-Vance Center Pro Bono Survey.

04 February 2022

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