Latin Lawyer September 2017
Colonial ties mean Spanish and Portuguese influences are ubiquitous across Latin America, and the legal market is no exception. But in recent years, Iberian firms that have long had a stake in the region have worked hard to strengthen their position, investing time and money in building a regional network that will stand the test of time.
In this issue of Latin Lawyer, we profile the Iberian firms making their mark in Latin America.
Also in this issue:
- Doubling up: Behind the scenes of Philippi Prietocarrizosa & Uría (PPU)’s merger in Peru
- Muscling In: How law firms are expanding into transfer pricing services
- Associate Viewpoint: Paola Ordóñez Arias - Gómez-Pinzón Zuleta
- Competing Forces: Why competing enforcers mean Brazil’s anti-corruption leniency programme is not working.
- Survival Techniques: The view from managing partners in Venezuela as the country’s crisis continues
- Deal Digest
- Community News
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