A new data protection regulation requiring all companies in Costa Rica to notify the national Data Protection Agency, PRODHAB, of all existing employee databases which are shared with third parties, may be excessive, say counsel in the country.
US computer company Hewlett-Packard has agreed to pay US$108 million to settle civil and criminal charges brought by the Department of Justice (DoJ) and the US Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) over bribery allegations in Mexico, Russia, and Poland.
Global investment company BNY Mellon has appointed J Kevin McCarthy to the position of senior vice president and general counsel.
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
Alan Hawkins speaks to LACCA about how he loves working across jurisdictions, languages and cultures to get a job done.
What should general counsel consider when putting together a social media policy for employees? Lawyers from the Brazilian, Argentine and Mexican members of law firm alliance Ius Laboris outline the key concerns
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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