We offer a truly integrated Latin America practice, with lawyers who understand the business, economic, cultural, and legal environments throughout the region. Our lawyers are multilingual, native speakers of Spanish or Portuguese who are familiar with the local laws and customs, enabling us to offer local advice from a global perspective. We routinely represent clients throughout the region, including in Mexico, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Peru and Venezuela.
Our clients include private and public multinationals—from Latin American corporations to governmental organizations, to Fortune 100 financial institutions to global energy and natural resources companies, across a broad range of sectors. We leverage our in-depth understanding of the region to provide our clients with innovative, practical and business-savvy solutions to further their commercial and legal goals.
Drawing upon our close and long-standing relationships with a large network of local law firms in virtually every country throughout Latin America and the Caribbean, we advise on:
Our lawyers are recognized for their project finance work in Mexico, Latin America and beyond, as evidenced by our recent awards and rankings:
We are consistently recognized for our deep practice and industry knowledge. Some notable honors include:
Global Investigations Review 100
LMG Cleantech & Renewable Energy 2015
BTI Consulting Group
Meet Randy Bullard, one of Latin America’s Top Corporate Lawyers, as recognized by Chambers Global over the last 10+ years
Meet Ruti Smithline, one of Latin America’s Top 100 Female Lawyers for FCPA & Fraud in 2018 and 2019, as selected by LatinVex
“Being a fluent Spanish speaker has opened a number of doors for me and provided more opportunities that I may not have had otherwise. My Colombian background has had a significant impact on shaping my investigations career and was one of the main reasons I chose this field.”—Ruti Smithline
Ranked in Projects & Energy
2015 Winner – MIREC Project of the Year
Read our “Data privacy and transfer in cross-border investigations” chapter first published in GIR’s The Investigations Review of the Americas 2018.
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