Digital House, an Argentine edtech start-up with operations across Latin America, has raised more than $50 million in an investment round that featured Mercado Libre and Globant, t
Hidrovias do Brasil has acquired the South American logistics assets of Imperial Group for around $90 million, and which includes the concession to operate the port of Baden, manag
Chilean law firm Morales & Besa has appointed Macarena Laso, a partner in its real estate and construction, projects and infrastructure and corporate M&A practices, as the
The managing partner of Íscar Arbitraje discusses the new Ibero-American arbitration center he is running, and how lawyers will have to adapt to the increasing sophistication of bu
The new advisory board member at C&S Partners discusses Russia’s energy troubles and the problems with the current energy transition discourse.
Ecuadorian law firm Robalino has opened a new office in the city of Machala, known as ‘the banana capital of the world’, a city in the country’s El Oro Province.
Argentine law firm Bruchou, Fernández Madero & Lombardi has appointed Javier Lozada to its team as of counsel.
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The SRS Advogados partner walks us through changes to Portuguese employment law, how the firm maintained its client relationships, and what the workplace of the future might look l
Mexican company Metalsa, which supplies metal parts to the automotive industry, has carried out an international offering of senior notes due 2031 for $300 million.
ClarkeModet, an intellectual property-focused firm comprising 10 companies in Europe and Latin America, has named Luis De Torres as the global group’s new CEO.
Santa Cruz IP, a Chilean-based intellectual property (IP) consultancy, has announced the addition of Gonzalo Sánchez as a partner.
The ability of a legal document to persuade depends essentially on the strength of the arguments set forth in the text. This exposition must be clear, simple and brief so as to avo
Spanish law firm ECIJA has integrated Colombian firm MBCR, marking its entry into the South American country.
Food for the Future (F4F), a Chilean start-up that is pioneering the development of insect cultivation technologies to produce better, natural and healthier feedstock, has successf
Mexican law firm Fegamo & Vasaf has announced the opening of its office in Guadalajara, the capital of Jalisco state, as part of the firm’s expansion strategy that it launched
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Early April, the Personal Data Protection Bill was approved by the National Assembly of Ecuador's Commission on Sovereignty and International Relations. It will be debated for a se
Brussels intends to introduce new legislative powers that would allow it to block takeovers of EU companies or public procurement bids funded through state aid from non-EU nations.