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IDB Invest funds Albert Einstein hospital in Brazil

São Paulo's Albert Einstein Israelite hospital has hired two offices of Paul Hastings LLP and Brazilian firm Veirano Advogados to obtain a US$100 million financing from IDB Invest.

17 January 2023

Brazilian port operator signs PPP with railway consortium

Veirano Advogados and Machado Meyer Advogados have helped a consortium of railway companies sign a public-private partnership (PPP) contract with Brazil's state-owned Santos Port Authority (SPA) to operate a railroad at the Port of Santos, one of Latin America’s largest ports.

12 January 2023

US insurer Gallagher expands in Brazil

Veirano Advogados has helped the Brazilian subsidiary of US insurance broker Arthur J Gallagher acquire local counterpart Interbrok.

11 January 2023

Veirano poaches team from Mundie

Brazilian Elite firm Veirano Advogados has incorporated five Mundie e Advogados lawyers as partners, strengthening its administrative, regulatory, competition and telecoms practices.

06 January 2023

Broadband provider boosts São Paulo coverage with acquisition

Veirano Advogados has helped Brazilian internet company Iveloz sell its business to local counterpart TecPar, giving the buyer increased coverage across the state of São Paulo.

20 December 2022

Veirano makes three new partners

Brazilian Elite firm Veirano Advogados has strengthened its labour and M&A departments in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro by promoting three associates to its partnership.

19 December 2022

Diversity Survey: Finding the balance

Latin American law firms are taking steps to promote greater gender equity, but progress at partner level continues to be frustratingly slow and firms must dig deeper to tackle unconscious bias in the talent pipeline in order to rebalance the scales.

08 December 2022

Diversity Survey: Onwards and upwards

There has been slow but steady improvement when it comes to the number of black and indigenous lawyers at the region’s leading firms, but much more can be done to boost change. Latin Lawyer speaks to practitioners in Brazil about why firms need to go beyond the stats and work together to break barriers and step outside of comfort zones.

07 December 2022

Latin Lawyer Diversity Survey: a look at the results

Latin Lawyer’s latest research shows that while the majority of lawyers are largely satisfied with the level of diversity at their law firms, the glass ceiling remains an undeniable truth for female practitioners when it comes to reaching the senior ranks, and black and indigenous lawyers continue to be heavily underrepresented across Latin America.

05 December 2022

Bunge and UPL harvest stake in Brazilian agribusiness

Veirano Advogados in São Paulo and Ferrere (Uruguay) have helped US agribusiness Bunge and a subsidiary of Indian counterpart UPL acquire a joint minority stake in Brazilian soybean company Seedcorp.

25 November 2022

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