18 November 2015


Garrigues and Cuatrecasas instructed on Metric-THC deal
Garrigues advised private equity group Metric Capital Partners on its investment in Spanish wine and food producer The Haciendas Company (THC).

Freshfields advises Vossloh on sale of Valencia locomotive business
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer advised Vossloh on the sale of its Valencia-based locomotive business, Rail Vehicles, to Stadler Rail.

Sérvulo confirms membership of China-focused law firm network
Portuguese law firm Sérvulo has confirmed it has joined a new international network focusing on the Chinese market.

Abac Capital advised by Cuatrecasas on Figueras acquisition
Barcelona-based venture capital fund Abac Capital was advised by Cuatrecasas Gonçalves Pereira on its acquisition of a 60 per cent stake in Figueras International Seating.

VdA announces partnership with Gabon firm
Vieira de Almeida (VdA) has announced a formal partnership with Gabon law firm Cabinet Jules Obiang.

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The Latin American Lawyer

Pacific Alliance’s potential ‘not fully exploited’
Clients are already benefitting from the creation of the Pacific Alliance trade bloc, but its potential has yet to be fully realised, according to the leader of Baker & McKenzie’s energy law practice in Colombia.

Broad and Cassel and GUFA Law act for ADASA in Honduran toll road financing
Law firms Broad and Cassel, in Miami, and Gutiérrez Falla & Asociados (GUFA Law), based in the Honduran capital Tegucigalpa, acted for Autopistas del Atlántico S.A. (ADASA) on a $145 million financing to fund the construction and operation of a toll road in Honduras.


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Special focus: Real estate

Blowing bubbles?
Foreign investor interest in the Iberian real estate market has led to a ‘hotel boom’, while deals are becoming bigger and more complex – however, the good news is tempered by a shortage of good assets and fears that supply could outstrip demand. Is a real estate bubble being created?

Iberian Lawyer TV
What action should arbitrators take if they suspect corruption?
Peter Rees QC
39 Essex Chambers

Arbitrators encountering corruption may have to contact the police
Erik Schäfer, Cohausz & Florack, and Josef Fröhlingsdorf, Fröhlingsdorf Abogados

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Foreign investment update


Generation 3.0 The future is here

26 November 2015, Madrid, 19.00-21.00

For decades, legal experts have been predicting radical changes in a profession whose approach has stayed the same for centuries.

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