North America and Canada
The firm has extensive experience working throughout North America, led primarily from our offices in the U.S.
Our Latin America practice, which is led out of New York, works with Latin American clients and clients throughout the world on transactions and matters involving Mexico, South and Central America and Caribbean countries. Our lawyers together with selected local counsel provide an integrated customized solution for clients doing business in the region.
We advise banks, global organizations, funds, governments, export credit agencies and non-profit organizations on transactions across the region.
Our U.S. and Latin America practices have received impressive recognition in the regional Chambers Guides.
Our Canada practice acts as international counsel to leading Canadian pension funds, banks and corporates as they look outside of Canada for investment opportunities. We have supported them as they expand their horizons as well as working with our multi-national clients looking to do business in Canada.
Our global team consists of lawyers with an understanding and awareness of both international and Canadian markets and public and private sector expertise. See more information on our Canadian expertise here.
News & insights
News: 26 NOVEMBER 2019
Allen & Overy announced its role advising the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and North American Development Bank (NADB) on their US$200 million in green loans to Energética Nova S.A.B. de C.V. (IEnova), a leading energy company in Mexico, to fund four solar power plants across the country with a total capacity of 376MW.Read more
Publications: 11 NOVEMBER 2019
An introduction to the EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA).Read more
Publications: 24 OCTOBER 2019
On September 20, 2019, the Supreme Court of Canada (“SCC”) issued a landmark antitrust class action decision in Pioneer Corp. v Godfrey which clarified several procedural questions relating to class actions.Read more
News: 23 OCTOBER 2019
Allen & Overy advised the APCA Transmimetro consortium, comprised of China Harbour Engineering Company and Xi’An Metro Company, in their successful bid for the Bogotá Metro project. Over the course of the next 20 years, this project will establish the first sophisticated metro system in Bogotá stretching from Bosa to Chapinero, catering to more than one million passengers per day.Read more
Our global coverage
Click on the regions in the map below to find out more about the jurisdictions we cover across the world.