Which law firms are regularly retained by the region's largest 100 companies? LACCA presents its landmark research.
Latin America’s troubled state-owned oil and gas companies continue to dominate the top spots in the region, but this year’s research reveals that companies in the extractive sector continued to feel the impact of low commodity prices in 2016.
Each year, LACCA conducts detailed research into which law firms represent Latin America’s largest 100 companies, as ranked by revenue. These tables show which companies make up our top 100, and also which law firms represent them, both region-wide and in different jurisdictions.
LACCA’s research paper ‘Who Represents Latin America’s Biggest Companies?’ reveals that while many GCs continue to focus on bringing strategic matters in-house to save costs, they are much more likely to use law firms when it comes to litigation, complex transactions and regulatory matters.
We analyse which law firms came out on top of our research into “Who Represents Latin America’s Biggest Companies”.
A little over a year on from the election of President Mauricio Macri, private practice lawyers in Argentina say business is thriving as the country becomes increasingly attractive to foreign investors seeking local counsel.
The Latin American Corporate Counsel Association
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