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
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