Latham Again Ranked as a Leading Business Law Firm of Latin America

Latin Lawyer

October 06, 2021

Latham & Watkins has once again been named to the Latin Lawyer 250, a comprehensive guide detailing the leading business law firms of Latin America by Latin Lawyer magazine. Latham has been consistently featured for depth and diversity of work in the region in M&A, private equity, project finance and infrastructure, capital markets, banking, and arbitration.

In the guide, Latham’s Latin America Practice is recognized for its “dominant position by effectively balancing the benefits that come from global reach with a deep understanding of Latin American legal frameworks and cultures” which is in part because the “practice group is stocked with bilingual and bicultural lawyers who know the region very well.”

In addition to highlighting the firm’s deep roots and contacts in Latin America, the guide recognizes Latham’s expertise as it excels in the broad range of transactional practice areas and sectors that are key to the region including power, natural resources, and infrastructure. The profile also praises Latham’s creativity in the capital markets space for being able to “devise unusual structures not often seen elsewhere” as well as the firm’s “exceptionally high dedication” to our clients. 

Latin Lawyer 250 highlights several groundbreaking deals led by Latham’s Latin America Practice, including advising:

The Latin Lawyer 250 is the result of more than 20 years of intensive research by Latin Lawyer’s editorial and research team factoring in notable deals, key practice strengths, and comments made by corporate counsel regarding the considered firms.

 
 
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