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Moves

ECIJA Mexico names new partner and opens Environmental practice

ECIJA has announced the opening of the “Sustainability and Environment” practice in Mexico, as a consequence of the incorporation of the new partner and leader of the area, Carlos Del Razo (pictured). Joaquín Rodríguez, member of the Executive Committee of ECIJA Mexico, stated: “In ECIJA we understand the relevance that currently has for companies to […]

Appointments Employment

Creel promotes Sofía Gómez as partner

Creel Abogados has announced the promotion of Sofía Gómez B. (pictured) as a new partner of the firm in the Labour and Employment practice. Sofía joined the firm in 2021. She has extensive knowledge and experience practicing in all sub-specialties of labour law, such as individual and collective labour law, social security and immigration. She […]

Corporate

GT Law counsels Uber on operating permit in Quintana Roo,

Greenberg Traurig has counselled Uber on obtaining a favourable ruling that will allow the company to operate in the state of Quintana Roo in Mexico. The permit was granted by the Third Collegiate Court of the Twenty-Seventh Circuit based in Cancun, Quintana Roo, because it applied an exception to the State’s Mobility Law that had […]

Moves

Iván Libenson is named managing partner of Cuatrecasas Mexico

Cuatrecasas has announced the appointment of Iván Libenson (pictured) as a new partner in the Mexico City office, a move that follows the integration of the firm Rico Robles y Libenson (RRL) into Cuatrecasas. The lawyer, who specialises in Mergers and Acquisitions, will be supported by the managing partner of the Mexico City office, Marco […]

Banking & Finance

GT Law represents CAS and Aldesa in $238.7m refinancing

Greenberg Traurig, through its Mexico City office, has represented Concesionaria de Autopistas del Sureste (CAS) and Aldesa, a construction group based in Mexico and Spain, in connection with a refinancing of approximately $4.6 billion Mexican pesos (USD $238.7 million). The transaction was carried out through a bond bridge structure and in the subsequent debt tap […]

Capital Markets Corporate

GT Law counsels Volkswagen Leasing on $1bn Notes Public Offering

Greenberg Traurig, through its Mexico City office, has counselled Volkswagen Leasing on the public offering of MX$1 billion worth of notes on the Mexican Stock Exchange. The offering took place on 10 November and was settled on 15 November. The notes are irrevocably and unconditionally guaranteed by Volkswagen Financial Services Aktiengesellschaft. In addition, the offering […]

Deal & transactions

Cuatrecasas counsels Sterling on Sócrates acquisition

Cuatrecasas has counselled Sterling Check Corp (Sterling), a global background and identity verification services company, on the acquisition of Socrates Ltd (Socrates), an independent verification company in Latin America. As a result, Socrates’ specialist management team will join Sterling’s leadership team, building on Sterling’s proven model, to bring deep regional expertise, innovative localised solutions and […]

Moves

RRL joins Cuatrecasas Mexico

Cuatrecasas and the law firm Rico Robles y Libenson (RRL) have signed an agreement to integrate their teams in Mexico and operate under the Cuatrecasas structure and brand. On January 1, 2023, the four partners of RRL, Juan Pablo Rico, Gustavo Robles, Iván Libenson and Andrés Bonett, became partners of Cuatrecasas and joined the Firm […]

Appointments

Olivares promotes two new partners

Mexican law firm Olivares has announced the promotion of Rommy Morales and Jaime Rodríguez as new partners. Rommy Morales (pictured left) joined the firm in 2008, and has been focusing her practice on pharmaceutical patent prosecution and defence in Mexico for more than 16 years. She advises national and international clients in relation to the […]

Banking & Finance

Cleary counsels CFE on $100m credit facility

Cleary Gottlieb has counselled the Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE), Mexico’s state-owned electric utility, on a $100 million credit facility to a CFE-sponsored special purpose trust that intends to use the funds to invest in renewable energy projects in Mexico. J.P. Morgan acted as administrative agent, lead arranger, bookrunner and lender. CFE acted as co-obligor […]