Argentina court sentences two executives to prison, but victims' lawyer suggests Ford company had direct control and criminal culpability.
JUDGES AND POLITICS
Judges benefit from political spat as Brazil's outgoing president gives significant pay rise to judges in snub to successor.
A Brazil office expands the consultancy firm's Latin American offer.
Ruling by Supreme Court undermines reforms intended to weaken billionaire Carlos Slim's hold on market
Appeal court will hear complaint on action as banks effectively shuts down cryptocurrency in Chile.
Linklaters and Lefosse Advogados advises on the deal which is going ahead despite Brazilian company Marfrig's US beef ban.
The Panamanian law firm will maintain a skeleton staff to comply with inquiries from the authorities.
Noguera, Larraín & Dulanto will join forces with the firm next month, the firm's second merger in the country.
Four-strong commercial litigation team leave Peruvian firm Barrios & Fuentes Abogados.
A $50 million settlement with Britain's largest pension fund, followed a previous $2.95 billion deal agreed earlier this year.