Manuel Abdala and Alejandro Lombardi recently co-authored a chapter in the second edition of Competition Law in Latin America: A Practical Guide. The book analyzes in depth the giant steps taken by the Latin American countries to reposition their competition authorities in the global antitrust realm, awarding them increased autonomy both domestically and internationally. Latin America’s … Continued
Román Acosta, a Senior Economist in our Washington, DC office recently co-authored a paper entitled “Loans and employment: Evidence from bank-specific liquidity shocks” which appears in the Latin American Journal of Central Banking.
Compass Lexecon has entered into a joint marketing agreement with leading economic experts in Chile to establish an affiliated competition and international arbitration economics practice in Santiago, Chile. The affiliated Chile office will expand Compass Lexecon’s practice in Latin America, which also includes its established Buenos Aires office. Fernando Coloma Ríos, Senior Vice President, heads a team of five in Santiago which will be fully supported by Compass Lexecon experts in Europe and the U.S.