Latin Lawyer recently published an independent survey identifying the top law firms that provide anti-corruption advice in Latin America. We are pleased to announce that the publication recognized Miller & Chevalier as one of those top firms. According to the survey, "Miller & Chevalier Chartered is one of a limited group of firms that harbors an impressive knowledge of, and an extensive track-record in, complex anti-corruption matters in Latin America."
The survey also recognized Member Homer Moyer, founder of the firm's anti-corruption practice, as a "dean of the FCPA." Special Counsel Matteson Ellis was recognized for his "… language skills and keen eye for local Latin American sensitivities and situations," and Member James Tillen, who leads the firm's anti-corruption efforts with Ellis in Latin America, was noted for standing "at the foundation of the firm's 2008 and 2012 Latin America corruption surveys, which further underscore Miller & Chevalier's interest in and dedication to their anti-corruption work in the region."
Click here to view the survey.