LACCA’s second survey on the salaries of in-house counsel reveals in-house counsel are gaining more influence in the boardroom
Agribusiness conglomerate Cargill has promoted Rodrigo Bustamante to general counsel for Latin America from his former position as deputy.
While having no domestic companies among the region’s Top 100, LACCA’s research shows law firms from Uruguay and Paraguay remain an essential asset for major international companies.
Joaquín Idoyaga tells LACCA how he implemented the Sarbanes-Oxley reforms
Brazil’s recruitment industry may have suffered at the hands of continued slow growth, high inflation rates, and the uncertainty caused by a bitterly fought election campaign in 2014, but the legal profession remains relatively unscathed, according to local recruiters.
Andrea Camargo tells LACCA about participating in the company's initial public offering
Which law firms are regularly retained by the region's largest 100 companies? LACCA presents its landmark research.
Peruvian companies are gaining a foothold in the region while corporate counsel eagerly await trade opportunities from across the Pacific.
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