This edition of movers and shakers features corporate counsel with experience working in government bodies.
LACCA invites in-house counsel to attend Jones Day’s 17-18 May event: the Latin American Privacy & Cybersecurity Symposium, which will include informative discussion on new trends, legislation and enforcement in the digital world.
The effects of Odebrecht's bribery scheme have reverberated through 15 countries across five continents. LACCA presents a summary of the developments across Latin America. By Michael Griffiths
Taking up his position at the tail-end of Argentina’s deepest recession in recent history and on the eve of 12 years of left-leaning populist government by the Peronist party, Arcor’s legal manager Federico Gottlieb reflects on the sweet tyranny of doing business in one of Latin America’s most challenging markets.
Choosing the right law firm can be a minefield, so a well-designed approach to hiring external counsel is crucial in ensuring legal departments get the right support without breaking the bank. GCs at LACCA’s regional meeting held in São Paulo last month discussed some of the best practices to selecting and managing external counsel.
Cynthia de Uriarte tells LACCA why having an impeccable sense of fairness is essential in handling labour disputes.
Which law firms are regularly retained by the region's largest 100 companies? LACCA presents its landmark research.
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.
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