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Nissan appoints new deputy general counsel for LatAm

Japanese car manufacturer Nissan has given responsibility for Latin American legal work to current director and assistant general counsel, Dale Kimball.

Special rate for LACCA members at Anti-Corruption Conference

A special offer is available for all LACCA members wishing to attend Latin Lawyer’s 2nd Annual Anti-Corruption & Investigations Conference, taking place on Thursday, 16th October at the Tivoli Hotel, São Paulo.

Raízen in-house duo leave to set up firm

The legal vice president and corporate legal director of Brazil’s fifth-largest company, Raízen, have left the energy company to set up their own law firm.


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Jesús Beltrán and Newman Debs at the Miami meeting

Regional GCs face the very delicate and difficult task of being able to align business goals with local realities in vast and differing jurisdictional landscapes. So just how do counsel bridge the gap? We asked two of the region’s finest for their experiences

New member profile: vice president legal at Nielsen

Denise Guillen tells LACCA the importance of being a “yes lawyer” when working in-house.

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Latin America and the World

Being the general counsel at a ‘multilatina’ demands attention paid to a wide range of topics - in this, the second part of our focus on these companies and their legal functions, we look at their strategies for hiring counsel and how their role has expanded to include compliance, corporate governance, and more.

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