Latest issue of The Latin American Lawyer now online

The Latin American Lawyer May issue is now available for free download

 With the rise of blockchain technology and its increasing use in Latin America, we dedicate our cover page in spanish to an analysis of the regulation of cryptocurrencies and the metaverse in different countries in Latin America, including their prohibitions and draft laws that are still in process.

Following this line, in the Portuguese edition we present an article on how these issues are revolutionising the world of law, focusing on Brazil and the discussions on how to adapt real-world laws to the metaverse.

Meanwhile, in this version, the cover story is aimed at recognising Elbia Gannoum, president of ABEEólica, on the use of clean energy and the sea of opportunities that has opened up for the sector following the decree allowing the use of the ocean for electricity generation. As well as a complementary article on the expectations regarding this decree.

In both versions, we present the most recent signings, as well as our On the web section with the most relevant transactions. In the case of the spanish version, the M&A operations in the Technology and Telecommunications sector.

In the spanish version, we recognise the growth of COLBS Estudio Legal, a Costa Rican boutique firm, which remains faithful to its principles while keeping up to date with the legal trends needed by its clients, through the words of founding partner Sebastián Jiménez.

In commemoration of Labour Day, we offer an article in Portuguese on workers’ rights in Brazil.

We highlight the fight against corruption in Latin America and emphasise the work of the Cyrus R. Vance Center with its 2021-2022 anti-corruption evaluation by interviewing Jaime Chávez Alor, director of policy in LatAm at the Vance Center, where we discuss the details of the study, presented in spanish.

Also, in this version, two articles focused on anti-corruption and compliance issues in Honduras, thanks to our collaboration with the World Compliance Association. In addition, member of the same association, Liliana Calderón Jacinto, shares her opinion on the wage gap that was affected by the pandemic in Peru.

In line with the Spanish cover, and from the group’s Italian magazine MAG, an interview with Fabrizio Caretta, general counsel of the fashion house Dolce & Gabbana, on its adaptation to the digital world and virtual clothing.

Finally, a summary of what international attendees will find at LC Publishing Group’s Legalcommunity week in Milan next June.

The latest issue is available for free download here.

Latest issue of The Latin American Lawyer now online

L Giselle Estrada

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The Latin American Lawyer is a bimonthly digital magazine, published by Iberian Legal Group, available in Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese. It represents the main source of information in the legal business sector in America Latina. The digital magazine – and its portal – address to the protagonists of law firms and in-house lawyers. The magazine is available for free on the website and on Google Play and App Store.

In every issue of the magazine, you will find rankings of lawyers, special report on trends, interviews, information about deals and their advisors.

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