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Surveys

The Latin American Corporate Counsel Association conducts regular surveys of its members, to generate data to enable analysis and sharing of best practice for those running the largest in-house teams in the region. These surveys are conducted with the support and guidance of our Executive Board, a group of high-profile general counsel who support LACCA's growth and development.

Diversity Survey 2018

Diversity Survey 2018

LACCA’s Diversity Survey takes a look at the levels of diversity within corporate legal departments across Latin America as well as some of the efforts being made to promote greater diversity and inclusion initiatives within companies

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Diversity Survey: Keeping tabs on outside counsel

Companies across industries are making a lot of noise about the importance of promoting diversity within their businesses, but when it comes to keeping tabs on their outside counsel, little is being done, according to LACCA’s research.

Legal Department Spend Survey 2018

Legal Department Spend Survey 2018

LACCA’s research into legal department spend takes a look at how corporate legal teams across Latin America manage and allocate their budgets.

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Top Tips: Legal budgeting

Whether a company is facing a major M&A, the threat of a class action lawsuit or simply carrying out its day-to-day business, legal expenses can be almost impossible to predict. LACCA takes a look at some of the top tips from regional GCs on how to master legal spend management.

Who Represents Latin America's Biggest Companies 2017?

Who Represents Latin America's Biggest Companies 2017?

Which law firms are regularly retained by the region's largest 100 companies? LACCA presents its landmark research.

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The legal landscape in Bolivia, Ecuador & Venezuela

While the left-wing governments of Bolivia, Ecuador and Venezuela represent the remaining vestiges of Latin America’s pink tide, LACCA’s research reveals that all three countries present a very varied landscape for the region’s biggest businesses and create very different challenges for local firms.

Technology Survey 2017

Technology Survey 2017

LACCA’s Technology Survey reveals the most popular software used by in-house legal departments in the US and Latin America.

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Top Tips: Choosing the right tech tools

With the seemingly endless selection of legal technology tools available today, deciding on the right solution for your legal department can be fraught with difficulties. LACCA puts together some invaluable tips for GCs looking to implement the right technology to support their business.

Salary Survey 2017

Salary Survey 2017

LACCA presents its independent research into the compensation packages received by in-house counsel throughout the US and Latin America.

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Salary Survey: Occupational biases

LACCA’s research reveals that female in-house lawyers across Latin America continue to receive lower average wages than men, particularly in higher positions, with the gap even more pronounced in male-dominated industries.

Who Represents Latin America's Biggest Companies 2016?

Who Represents Latin America's Biggest Companies 2016?

Which law firms are regularly retained by the region's largest 100 companies? LACCA presents its landmark research.

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Top 100: Bolivia, Ecuador and Venezuela

Bolivia, Ecuador and Venezuela may have governments with populist traits and similar reputations as challenging jurisdictions to do business, but LACCA’s research shows the outlook for companies operating in each country varies greatly.

Technology Survey 2016

Technology Survey 2016

LACCA’s Technology Survey reveals the most popular software used by in-house legal departments in the US and Latin America.

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To build or to buy?

While each business may have unique software requirements, deciding whether to develop tailored solutions in-house or buy off-the-shelf packages is often a common dilemma for legal departments around the world. In the second article of LACCA’s Technology Survey, Alison O’Connell takes a look at the pros and cons of each.  

Technology Survey 2015

LACCA’s Technology Survey reveals the most popular software used by in-house legal departments in the US and Latin America.

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Technology survey: a tailored toolbox

Investing in legal software takes time and money, and asking the right questions before choosing a programme is key to gaining the most from technology tools. LACCA’s first Technology Survey, drawing on readers’ responses to a detailed online questionnaire, reveals the most popular software used by counsel in the region, and looks at what factors help legal departments pick their tools.

Who Represents Latin America's Biggest Companies 2015?

Who Represents Latin America's Biggest Companies 2015?

Which law firms are regularly retained by the region's largest 100 companies? LACCA presents its landmark research.

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Top 100: Bolivia, Ecuador and Venezuela

Bolivia, Ecuador and Venezuela may not be the easiest Latin American countries in which to do business, but they remain important markets for many of the region’s biggest companies.

Salary Survey 2016

Salary Survey 2016

LACCA presents its independent research into the compensation packages received by in-house counsel throughout the US and Latin America.

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Salary Survey: Running hot and cold

In the final instalment of LACCA’s annual Salary Survey, we take a look at how political and economic turmoil in countries across the region is impacting salaries in various sectors across the region.

Salary Survey 2015

LACCA presents its independent research into the compensation packages received by in-house counsel throughout the US and Latin America.

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Salary Survey 2015: Striking a balance

Lawyers seeking a better work/life balance have traditionally looked to in-house positions, but are shorter hours always a guarantee of higher employee satisfaction? LACCA takes a deeper look into the results of its Salary Survey 2015 and finds out that a fulfilling in-house role is about much more than spending more time out of the office.

Who Represents Latin America's Biggest Companies 2014?

Which law firms are regularly retained by the region's largest 100 companies? LACCA presents its landmark research.

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Top 100: Uruguay and Paraguay

While having no domestic companies among the region’s Top 100, LACCA’s research shows law firms from Uruguay and Paraguay remain an essential asset for major international companies.

Who Represents Latin America's Biggest Companies 2013?

Which law firms are regularly retained by the region's largest 100 companies? LACCA presents its landmark research.

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Top 100 companies: Bolivia, Ecuador & Venezuela

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.

Salary Survey 2013

LACCA presents a first-of-its-kind independent survey on the compensation packages received by in-house counsel throughout Latin America

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Extras on the side

What are the essential extras which companies need to include in their salary packages for in-house counsel in Latin America? Part of the Salary Survey series.

Who Represents Latin America's Biggest Companies 2012?

Which law firms are regularly retained by the region's largest 100 companies? For the first time, LACCA has analysed the information on the most popular firms, and the trends on how the general counsel of those companies hire external counsel.

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Top 100 companies: Venezuela

The Venezuelan economy is tied to the fortunes of the petroleum and manufacturing industries.

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