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AES Andes and Codelco ink renewables PPA in Chile

Claro & Cía has helped Santiago-headquartered energy group AES Andes sign a power purchase agreement (PPA) with state-owned mining giant Codelco for the supply of renewable energy to two local mines.

27 January 2023

Pro bono: Leading Lights

Latin Lawyer is pleased to present our Leading Lights for 2022, the law firms making a noteworthy contribution to strengthening Latin America’s pro bono culture.

16 January 2023

Pro bono: Building bridges

Fostering collaboration between law firms and building relationships with local clearinghouses is crucial for Latin American outfits to make their pro bono practices more successful. Firms may compete with one another to win M&A or capital markets mandates, but pro bono practices must work together to help those most in need.

13 January 2023

Canadian pension fund eyes public takeover of Chile’s Hortifrut

Linklaters in New York, Carey in Santiago and Rodrigo, Elías & Medrano Abogados in Lima have helped Canadian pension fund manager PSP Investments launch a tender offer to buy the entire public shareholding of Chilean fruit company Hortifrut for US$660 million.

11 January 2023

Several firms steer cross-border data centre buy

Several firms have helped data centre operator Aligned acquire Latin American-focused counterpart ODATA from Brazil’s Patria Investimentos and US IT company CyrusOne.

03 January 2023

US court dismisses last challenge to LATAM Chapter 11 plan

Dismissing the last remaining dispute over LATAM Airlines’ Chapter 11 plan, the US’s Second Circuit Court of Appeals has addressed for the first time whether a debtor has to pay post-petition interest (PPI) to unsecured creditors to be able to treat them as unimpaired.

20 December 2022

Scania upgrades Santiago’s transport system with new bus fleet

Allen & Overy LLP in São Paulo and Chilean firm Jaederlund Ortiz Marchant & Castillo have helped the local subsidiary of Swedish vehicle manufacturer Scania obtain financing to acquire a bus fleet in Santiago.

01 December 2022

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

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

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