When it comes to uncovering corporate misconduct acting fast is key to carrying out the investigation, but should companies also self-report straight away?
Brazil’s CGU could offer Dutch oil-platform services company SBM Offshore a leniency agreement under the country’s Clean Companies Act, even though the alleged misconduct occurred before the new anti-corruption law came into force.
The Colombian government has proposed a foreign anti-bribery bill that would make companies liable for transgressions, rather than just individuals, as part of its bid to join the OECD.
Felipe Benavides tells LACCA about divesting a line of business after an antitrust ruling
LACCA’s Social Responsibility Award went to an in-house team taking a frontline role in the promotion of pro bono initiatives. Ford’s Latin American legal team describe their progress so far.
Juan Manuel Rincón’s rapidly-expanding sphere of responsibilities has earned him a reputation as a rising star at Citibank, and ensured his title of Legal Counsel of the Year at the LACCA Awards.
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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