Cooperation between US and Latin American law enforcers will continue to increase according to James Koukios, senior deputy chief of the fraud section in the criminal division of the US Department of Justice, who urged companies to cooperate with authorities.
Cybercrime poses an ever-increasing threat to businesses, but spending on prevention does not yet match the threat level in South America. Edgar D’Andrea of Pricewaterhouse Coopers in Brazil explains why businesses need to rethink their security strategies.
Flávio Alves is now head of legal at oil and gas service provider Sapura Navegação Marítima, effective from September.
Arnaldo Laudisio, winner of LACCA’s Litigation Manager of the Year Award, believes the only way to successfully manage mass litigation is to avoid it at almost all costs. Alison O’Connell caught up with him to find out why.
Currency controls can be a real headache, but to what extent do they really obstruct international business? Members discussed the issue at LACCA’s recent Miami meeting.
Mario Rego tells LACCA about operations in the oil and gas sector
Which law firms are regularly retained by the region's largest 100 companies? LACCA presents its landmark research.
While Bolivia, Ecuador and Venezuela may be challenging environments for corporate law firms in Latin America, LACCA’s research shows large international companies retain a presence there – hiring top firms as they do so.
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