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Chile's Proposed Constitutional Changes to Natural Resources Rights Could Have Devastating Effects on Foreign Investors: How Can International Law Protect Them?

Chile - August 9 2022 Chile is currently considering a new Constitution—due to be put to a referendum in September—and foreign investors should be aware of its potential…

Michelle Bradfield, James Egerton-Vernon, Mercedes Fernandez, Maria I. Pradilla Picas, Ricardo H. Puente

The Long Arm of the CFTC: What Stakeholders in Brazil and Latin America Should Know

Brazil, USA - September 23 2021 The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission ("CFTC"), a federal regulator of the global derivatives markets, has powers to investigate violations of…

Jamila M. Hall, Artur L. Badra, Guillermo E. Larrea, Brian C. Rabbitt, Cristina Pérez Soto

Latin America M&A—the Year Ahead: Activity and Trends

USA - March 9 2021 M&A activity in Latin America is poised for a comeback following a difficult 2020, during which the COVID-19 pandemic heavily impacted a region…

S. Wade Angus, Luis Riesgo, Manuel Romano

Brazilian House of Representatives Approves Bill of Law Aiming to Increase Competitiveness in the Country's Natural Gas Sector

Brazil - September 16 2020 Brazil's New Gas Bill is seen as one of the paths for the country's economic recovery in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. On September 1, 2020, the…

S. Wade Angus, Sanjiv K. Kapur, Luis Riesgo, Jeffrey A. Schlegel

Major Liberalization of Brazilian Law: Use of Agricultural Land as Security Interest for Financial, Other Transactions

Brazil - April 11 2020 Brazil has changed its laws to facilitate the use of fiduciary liens as security interest over agricultural lands. Some of the most valuable lands in…

S. Wade Angus, Artur L. Badra, Sanjiv K. Kapur, Luis Riesgo