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Deal of the Year: shortlists for disputes, regulatory and restructuring

Latin Lawyer is delighted to announce the deals shortlisted in the disputes, regulatory and restructuring categories of our 18th annual Deal of the Year Awards.

01 March 2024

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

Latin Lawyer is delighted to announce the deals shortlisted in the private and public M&A, ESG and private equity categories of our 18th annual Deal of the Year Awards.

28 February 2024

Cracking the code: dispelling the smoke and mirrors around legal tech

With shiny, new and impressive legal technology tools appearing on the market every day, firms must cut through the smoke and mirrors of the rapidly evolving digital market and ensure that they are making informed choices to implement the right innovation and avoid making poor investments.

21 February 2024

Partner promotions on the up again after previous year’s dip

Latin Lawyer has recorded a slight increase in end-of-year partner promotions across Latin American law firms, while the number of female practitioners that have risen to the firms’ senior ranks is down compared to last year’s figures.

01 February 2024

Javier Milei: a new tomorrow for Argentina?

Lawyers are hopeful that the pro-market stance of President Javier Milei will reignite investment in Argentina's struggling economy, but greater support in Congress, cementing coalitions and boosting market confidence will be key to implement his radical reform plans.

11 December 2023

Laws are not enough to combat LatAm gender pay gap

The recent law on equal pay in Brazil is a step in the right direction to reduce the gender pay gap in Latin America’s largest economy, but panellists at Latin Lawyer Live: Labour & Employment agreed that there is a long way to go for the region’s equal pay laws to create tangible changes, and affirmative actions must be taken by companies to help reduce their pay gaps.

07 December 2023

Macquarie buys oil inspection group with LatAm assets

US firm Kirkland & Ellis LLP, Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez SC in Mexico City and Beccar Varela in Buenos Aires have helped Australia’s Macquarie Capital acquire US oil inspection group Camin Cargo Control, including its assets in Argentina and Mexico.

04 December 2023

Pro bono: Leading Lights

Latin Lawyer is pleased to present our Leading Lights for 2023, the law firms making a noteworthy contribution to strengthening a culture of pro bono in Latin America.

21 November 2023

Beccar Varela promotes partner in labour practice

Argentine firm Beccar Varela has strengthened its labour and social security offering by promoting one of its senior associates to partner.

16 November 2023

Pro bono: the ties that bind

As Latin Lawyer continues analysing the results of its pro bono survey, our data shows that firms must keep putting in both time and resources to strengthen their relationships with clearinghouses if they want to promote real change and make pro bono an asset of Latin America’s legal sector.

14 November 2023

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