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Catching El Peje: what lawyers expect from AMLO's presidency
Catching El Peje: what lawyers expect from AMLO's presidency

Catching El Peje: what lawyers expect from AMLO's presidency

24 May 2019

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is popularly known as El Peje because of his Tabasqueño accent. The nickname comes from pejelagarto (literally, fishlizard), an alligator-like fish from his native Tabasco. Much like his freshwater namesake, it’s hard to pin down what he is, so Latin Lawyer asked some of Mexico’s top lawyers for help.

Goodrich Riquelme promotes across three core practices
Goodrich Riquelme promotes across three core practices

Goodrich Riquelme promotes across three core practices

11 January 2019

Goodrich, Riquelme Asociados in Mexico has strengthened its corporate, energy and IP offering with three promotions.

López Obrador’s landslide victory leaves Mexican lawyers unfazed
López Obrador’s landslide victory leaves Mexican lawyers unfazed

López Obrador’s landslide victory leaves Mexican lawyers unfazed

03 July 2018

Andrés Manuel López Obrador was branded a populist left-winger by his opponents, but senior partners in Mexico’s legal community expect his presidency will bring modest change and even fresh opportunity.

Goodrich puts arbitral award back on track for rail operator
Goodrich puts arbitral award back on track for rail operator

Goodrich puts arbitral award back on track for rail operator

24 October 2017

Goodrich, Riquelme y Asociados has helped Mexico City rail concessionaire Ferrocarriles Suburbanos (FS) uphold a multi-million dollar arbitral award before the country’s Supreme Court.

Schlumberger ups share of Mexican oil field
Schlumberger ups share of Mexican oil field

Schlumberger ups share of Mexican oil field

12 September 2017

González Calvillo, SC in Mexico City has helped international oil field services Schlumberger acquire onshore oil field Pánuco, located in the coast of the gulf of Mexico, from former contract partner Petrofac. 

Goodrich Riquelme helps Shell open Mexico petrol station
Goodrich Riquelme helps Shell open Mexico petrol station

Goodrich Riquelme helps Shell open Mexico petrol station

08 September 2017

Goodrich, Riquelme Asociados has helped Shell open its first petrol station in Mexico.

Lawyers split on LatAm's regulatory attractiveness for O&G
Lawyers split on LatAm's regulatory attractiveness for O&G

Lawyers split on LatAm's regulatory attractiveness for O&G

31 May 2017

Oil prices between US$50 and US$60 per barrel will draw foreign businesses to invest in Latin America’s oil and gas space, but regulatory inefficiency may divert investment outside the region, delegates heard at Latin Lawyer’s 8th Annual Oil & Gas Conference, held earlier this month in Mexico City. 

Former US ambassador to Mexico to speak at Latin Lawyer Oil & Gas event
Former US ambassador to Mexico to speak at Latin Lawyer Oil & Gas event

Former US ambassador to Mexico to speak at Latin Lawyer Oil & Gas event

10 May 2017

Former US ambassador to Mexico Carlos Pascual is one of a host of leading governmental, in-house and private practice figures set to speak at Latin Lawyer’s 8th Annual Oil and Gas conference, which takes place next week at the St Regis hotel in Mexico City on Thursday 18 May.

Save 20% on tickets to Latin Lawyer's 8th Annual Oil & Gas conference
Save 20% on tickets to Latin Lawyer's 8th Annual Oil & Gas conference

Save 20% on tickets to Latin Lawyer's 8th Annual Oil & Gas conference

27 April 2017

An early booking rate for Latin Lawyer’s 8th Annual Oil and Gas conference, to be held at the St Regis hotel in Mexico City on Thursday 18 May, expires next Friday.

Better terms, but fewer bidders for Mexico’s next onshore auction?
Better terms, but fewer bidders for Mexico’s next onshore auction?

Better terms, but fewer bidders for Mexico’s next onshore auction?

09 September 2016

The second phase in Mexico’s round two onshore auction contains better bidding terms aimed at luring big-name private investors, but more stringent prequalification requirements mean the number of bidders could drop from the country’s last onshore auction.