As Latin America grapples with the effects of COVID-19 and companies seek to divest assets in connection with their reorganisation plans, a key question is whether local bankruptcy laws allow for the divestiture of such assets, according to a team of lawyers at Jones Day
The Mexican government announced new rules in May governing the development of electricity generation projects, handing the government more control over the industry, and we spoke to lawyers about the ramifications for companies already involved
Diego Abeo Sabogal, director of penal law and compliance at Estudio Olaechea in Lima, identifies and analyses the principal risks created by the COVID-19 pandemic, and the measures companies should adopt to prevent and/or
Artificial intelligence (AI) is already playing a key role in streamlining law firms’ day-to-day operations.
Tax authorities in many countries are becoming more proactive, with the result that enforcement related to global tax issues is on the rise
Issues such as the Trump administration in the US, immigration and the Brexit issue in Europe, have shown investors that, despite such upheavals, business continues as usual