Corporativo Reforma Diana - Paseo de la Reforma, 412 - 26th floor
Col. Juárez – 06600 Mexico City (Mexico)
+52 55 1102 3570
+52 55 1102 3599
The Garrigues Mexico office boasts a large team of expert professionals specializing in the main areas of legal practice in Mexico. Our worldwide network of own offices enables us to provide a unique integral, multidisciplinary and high-value service in the sector.
From the Mexico City office, Garrigues offers legal and tax advisory services in all areas of local law to businesses and public entities. We advise businesses and public entities on matters ranging from day-to-day affairs to complex projects and transactions with a nationwide impact.
As an internationally recognized firm with a direct local presence, we advise multinationals and multilatinas, providing a uniform service with the same high quality standards across the board, no matter what jurisdiction(s) are involved. This position also enables us to advise clients on cutting-edge issues, using knowledge garnered in different jurisdictions to their advantage.
Corporate Law; M&A; Banking and Finance; Capital Markets; Energy; Infrastructure and Public Procurement; Environment and Natural Resources; Real Estate Law; Tax (local and international tax consulting; litigation and dispute resolution); Commercial and Investment Arbitration; Administrative Litigation.
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