Friday, 20 April 2018 18:04
Arias lawyers in Costa Rica, El Salvador and Panama teamed up to advise Grupo Rudelman, a regional car retailer, on its sale to Inchcape plc, a UK-based dealership.
Friday, 20 April 2018 13:02
Chilean law firm Prieto acted for Aguas Andinas, one of the country´s largest water utilities company, on a $160 million green bonds issuance.
Thursday, 19 April 2018 13:08
Latham & Watkins advised Promecap Acquisition, a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC), on its $300 million initial public offering in the Mexican stock exchange.
Thursday, 19 April 2018 12:24
Chilean bank Banco Security instructed Guerrero Olivos on a $41 million credit facility granted to a private fund, managed by Tanner Asset Management.
Thursday, 19 April 2018 11:37
EY advised global tourism group TUI on the Peruvian tax aspects of its acquisition of Destination Management from Hotelbeds Group, a deal which spanned 25 countries.
Friday, 20 April 2018 15:57
Cuba´s National Assembly (Parlament) elected a new president, Miguel Diaz-Canel. He was officially named as the country´s new leader on April 19. For the first time in almost six decades, the nation is led by a man without the Castro surname and who was not even born when the Revolution took power in 1959. Former president Raul Castro will remain first secretary of the Communist Party of Cuba, a member of the National Assembly and the head of the armed forces. No radical changes to the country’s state-run economy and one-party system are expected. 

The article below is an abridged version in English of an article written by Jose María Viñals Camallonga, partner and head of international operations at Lupicinio International Law Firm. Edited and published with author´s permission.  It was originally published in Expansión, the Spanish newspaper. 
Friday, 16 March 2018 17:15
2017 ended with a good level of activity in infrastructure projects in Brazil and this promising trend has been confirmed so far in the new year of 2018, says Andoni Hernández Bengoa, co-head of the Iberian-American practice group at Demarest Advogados in Brazil.
Tuesday, 13 March 2018 11:35
Lawyers in Chile are anticipating an increase in M&A work following the election of Sebastián Piñera as the country’s president
Tuesday, 13 March 2018 11:31
Not all risks are foreseen by investors, such as the impact of infrastructure projects on local indigenous communities – failure to address such issues can result in projects being cancelled
Monday, 12 March 2018 17:24
Data privacy is one of the hottest topics of the moment and if we consider a scenario of data being constantly transferred across different countries, the subject gains a lot more flavour. Additionally, over 90% off all data transferred across the world nowadays is carried through undersea cables and with the increase in investments by some of the largest content providers such as Facebook and Microsoft, the traffic of data through these cables tends to attract a lot more attention from the regulatory agencies which manage data privacy in every country.
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