There is a new breed of young adults revolutionising the workplace. Tech-savvy, entrepreneurial and natural multitaskers, but with a reputation for being stubborn, narcissistic and entitled, the so-called millennial generation is forcing companies to rethink the dynamic between employee and employer. LACCA finds out how GCs are facing the millennial challenge
A Chilean competition court has rejected allegations that three telecommunications providers blocked access to broadcasting spectrum rights. By Malina McLennan
A Peruvian minister has told press that the state is facing three new claims at ICSID from train, airport and port operators over delays in infrastructure projects. By Tom Jones
Three years after Bolivia implemented a financial services law aimed at promoting financial inclusion and reducing economic inequality by extending loans and financial services to poorer and less densely populated areas of the country, LACCA speaks to Ignacio Arce, assistant director of corporate affairs at Banco Nácional de Bolivia (BNB), to find what the impact has been so far.
Ricardo Estrada speaks to LACCA about how his experience in health law led him into an in-house career.
Breaking up may be hard to do, but continuing to cohabit can prove to be far more complicated. Tómas Allende, chief regional counsel for The Rohatyn Group and newly-minted partner at Estudio Beccar Varela, talks about the challenges he faced juggling both roles.
LACCA’s Technology Survey reveals the most popular software used by in-house legal departments in the US and Latin America.
While each business may have unique software requirements, deciding whether to develop tailored solutions in-house or buy off-the-shelf packages is often a common dilemma for legal departments around the world. In the second article of LACCA’s Technology Survey, Alison O’Connell takes a look at the pros and cons of each.
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