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More firms forming special practice groups to capitalize the South American booming business market

Hot spots in the Latin American economy include tourism, agriculture and energy, according to Francisco Cerezo, chairman of Foley & Lardner’s new Latin America practice group.

The firm recently announced that it was forming a special practice group to capitalize on its Latin American business, which is one of the bright spots in the economic downturn.

Earlier this month, Foley & Lardner hired Cerezo away from Greenberg Traurig, where he was a shareholder, to head up the new practice group, which is based in Miami.

But, it’s not necessarily helping anyone but Foley & Lardner at this point. Cerezo said in an interview that most of his clients are Latin American banks, prominent family groups and their companies in telecommunications and agriculture. Many conduct their legal and banking work in Miami and may have some business presence here.

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Hot spots in the Latin American economy include tourism, agriculture and energy, according to Francisco Cerezo, chairman of Foley & Lardner’s new Latin America practice group.

The firm recently announced that it was forming a special practice group to capitalize on its Latin American business, which is one of the bright spots in the economic downturn.

Earlier this month, Foley & Lardner hired Cerezo away from Greenberg Traurig, where he was a shareholder, to head up the new practice group, which is based in Miami.

But, it’s not necessarily helping anyone but Foley & Lardner at this point. Cerezo said in an interview that most of his clients are Latin American banks, prominent family groups and their companies in telecommunications and agriculture. Many conduct their legal and banking work in Miami and may have some business presence here.

The Gateway Team – When You are Serious About Property

www.gatewaytosouthamerica.com

Hot spots in the Latin American economy include tourism, agriculture and energy, according to Francisco Cerezo, chairman of Foley & Lardner’s new Latin America practice group.

The firm recently announced that it was forming a special practice group to capitalize on its Latin American business, which is one of the bright spots in the economic downturn.

Earlier this month, Foley & Lardner hired Cerezo away from Greenberg Traurig, where he was a shareholder, to head up the new practice group, which is based in Miami.

But, it’s not necessarily helping anyone but Foley & Lardner at this point. Cerezo said in an interview that most of his clients are Latin American banks, prominent family groups and their companies in telecommunications and agriculture. Many conduct their legal and banking work in Miami and may have some business presence here.

The Gateway Team – When You are Serious About Property

www.gatewaytosouthamerica.com

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