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Eversheds launches legal guide on doing business in Latin America

Eversheds launches legal guide on doing business in Latin America
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    Eversheds has today launched its Legal Guide to Doing Business in Latin America which covers 17 countries in the region.

    The guide provides a valuable insight into the legal issues associated with carrying out business activities in relevant jurisdictions, including in the context of corporate law, tax, employment, litigation & disputes and real estate.

    To produce the guide Eversheds has worked closely with the members of the firm’s Latin American Alliance which comprises 22 firms from 17 countries across the region and provides member law firms with the opportunity to share know-how and experience on legal development across the region with each other, and with Eversheds offices around the world. The Alliance also ensures that Eversheds’ clients have trusted advisers on the ground in Latin America wherever they need them.

    The publication of this guide comes in response to the increasing demand from Eversheds´ international clients looking for legal advice on their business activities in Latin America.

    One of the distinctive features of the guide is the inclusion of legal insights in relation to Central American and Caribbean countries, areas that are often integral to plans but overlooked by other publications. In addition, the guide provides helpful pointers by showcasing three top considerations per country for organisations to think about before doing business there.

    Keith Froud, Head of the Eversheds Latin American Group, commented:

    “We are already acting for leading global corporations in Latin American, and an increasing number of clients are asking us to help them in the region. The Legal Guide to Doing Business in Latin America is a great way for our clients to get a flavour of the legal issues they will face in those markets.”

    Read more about doing business in Latin America.

    This information is for guidance purposes only and should not be regarded as a substitute for taking legal advice. Please refer to the full terms and conditions on our website.

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