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Brazil tops rankings for difficult disputes

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Brazil has one of the most complex legal systems in the world, along with China, India and the United States, according to a recent survey.

Chile's securities regulator gains new GC

Noguera, Larraín & Dulanto’s José Antonio Gaspar has been appointed as legal head of the Chilean securities regulator.

One week to go to LACCA meeting São Paulo

The annual LACCA meeting in São Paulo, this year to be held on 24 April, will feature sessions on the roles of the general counsel and compliance officer, launching a pro bono programme, working with external counsel, career development for GCs, and data protection.

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LACCA Awards

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Miami, USA
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LACCA Regional Meeting Miami 2014

Wed, 10th September
Miami, USA

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New member profile: In-house counsel at Odebrecht

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Juliana Fonseca de Azevedo tells LACCA about how maintaining confidentiality is the most important things when dealing with ethical challenges.

In-house or law firm: the big career choice

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Does working in-house always mean a lighter schedule, and do law firms always pay more? Top lawyers debate the merits of working in-house versus working in a law firm

New member profile: in-house counsel at Phoenix Tower International

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Alan Hawkins speaks to LACCA about how he loves working across jurisdictions, languages and cultures to get a job done.

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