Publish in Special Reports - Wednesday, July 20, 2022
Covington & Burling's headquarters in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Covington & Burling)
Nicole Duclos, Gabriel Mesa and Miguel López Forastier, Covington & Burling. (Latinvex collage)
Verónica Yepez, Kimberly Breier and Gustavo Akkerman, Covingtion & Burling. (Latinvex collage)
Four key areas drive Covington & Burling’s Latin America work.
BY JOACHIM BAMRUD
Despite the political uncertainty in some key markets, Covington & Burling is upbeat about arbitration, mergers and acquisitions, public policy and white collar/FCPA work in Latin America.
The firm recently named Chilean native and arbitration attorney Nicole Duclos as the new head of its Latin America Practice.
Duclos becomes one of only seven female Latin America practice heads among US law firms, according to a Latinvex tally.
“I am delighted to...
Keywords: Arbitration & Litigation, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Corporate/M&A, Covington & Burling, FCPA, Mexico, Peru, Public Policy, Venezuela, White Collar