Market: Nicaragua

Central American firms launch regional alliance

Five Central American firms in different jurisdictions have launched a non-exclusive strategic alliance to provide regional coverage to their clients.

16 May 2017

Top 100: Central America and Panama

Featured in Who represents Latin America's biggest companies 2016?

Central America’s economy may have slowed, but the commitment shown by governments across the region to meeting ambitious renewable energy targets and combating corruption have kept local law firms busy. 

13 April 2017

Latin Lawyer 250 country by country: Nicaragua

Latin Lawyer continues its overview of the region’s leading business law firms in Latin America, as analysed in the 19th edition of Latin Lawyer 250, with a look at Nicaragua.

12 April 2017

Multiple firms in Unicomer US$350 million bond offer

Twelve firms have helped Salvadorean retailer Unicomer issue bonds worth US$350 million.

05 April 2017

Who represents Latin America's biggest companies?

LACCA has released its landmark research into which law firms are regularly retained by the region's largest 100 companies.

10 March 2017

Central American firms bet on Costa Rica

Central American firms have doubled down on Costa Rica, with the country accounting for two-thirds of the promotions reported by regional outfits in the past four months.

22 February 2017

BLP in Nicaragua joins Meritas

Nicaragua’s BLP office has become a member of global business law firm alliance Meritas.

20 February 2017

Latin Lawyer launches industry-focused investment guide series

Latin Lawyer is proud to present The Guide to Infrastructure and Energy Investment – the first in a new series of Latin Lawyer practice and industry investment guides.

08 February 2017

Grupo Roble obtains IFC loan

The El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua and Panama offices of Central American law firm Arias have helped the International Finance Corporation grant Salvadorean real estate developer Grupo Roble a US$45 million loan.

08 February 2017

2016: a year in review

While 2016 marked the rise of populism in the US and Europe, in Latin America business-friendly administrations took the reins of several of the region’s countries. With this in mind, law firms stocked up departments in preparation for an expected uptick in transactional work. Latin Lawyer takes a look at the most significant of these developments.

06 February 2017

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