Strong incentives exist for corporations – particularly those in highly regulated industries vulnerable to potentially debilitating collateral consequences – to avoid litigating a case brought by the government. Among other considerations, protracted and unpredictable litigation can create risks of (1) financial and reputational harm to the company, (2) weakening relationships with regulators, (3) significant legal expense, and (4) severe legal and regulatory consequences associated with an unfavorable litigation outcome · Download
Please join us for a discussion on the reputational and legal risks associated with the recent investment and economic growth in Latin America. We will touch on what areas of growth we are currently seeing in the region and examine how past risks and new risks are coming into play. We will discuss how risks like expropriation or government investigations should be handled, while also addressing how to approach new risks associated with the region's "Green" growth.