Kennedys expands its Latin American focus with a fifth association
David Stewart lands freelance role alongside current position as partner at a Turks & Caicos firm
US firm to investigate the collapse of two dams in Minas Gerais that killed 17
Global giant to go ahead with three-way combination with Colombian and Mexican law firms
Not content with announcing tie-ups in Australia, Singapore, Mexico and Colombia last month the firm is setting its sights elsewhere
The world's largest law firm eyes further expansion as it targets Colombia and Mexico tie ups
Spanish and Portuguese firms are making the most of their colonial past to expand internationally. Dominic Carman reports on the activities of some of the region's leading independent law firms
DAC Beachcroft opens Miami base to tap into Floridian insurance and reinsurance market and service Latin American network
Senior partner Nick Thomas says firm is looking to enhance its international network over the course of this year
Firm enters country through cooperation agreement
Bruno Soares had been set to jump to US firm Paul Hastings
Firm finds new partner in the Latin American country
Both firms have handed promotions to their London offices
Firm hires ExxonMobil Latin America counsel
Magic circle firm sees three Americas partners leave
Firm reports operating profit of £111m in 2013-14
Neil Hodge talks to offshore firms about the return to boom
Offshore lawyers on trends over the next 12 months
Increase comes as profit hit by aborted IT project cost
Public policy unit of transatlantic firm lands major mandate for nation state
Eversheds has launched alliance networks in Latin America and Asia Pacific, in an effort to formalise its relationships with firms across both regions.
A series of articles on how independent law firms can survive in an increasingly globalised legal market.
Attraction and competition – independent law firm leaders from around the world on the challenges of staying local
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Slaughter and May and Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer are advising on Cable & Wireless Communications' (CWC) proposed acquisition of Latin American telecoms provider Columbus International for $1.85bn (£1.15bn).