Negotiating with the diverse parties behind Prologis’ recent triple IPO, roll-up and financing deal in Mexico was like dealing with a “seven-headed monster”, say the lawyers involved.
In our continuing tour of the region’s legal markets after the 16th edition of Latin Lawyer 250 was published online, today we look at Mexico.
A snapshot of the year’s most memorable developments in Latin America’s legal markets
Another new firm is born in Mexico as two partners and an associate leave Jáuregui, Navarrete y Del Valle, SC, while that firm has added three partners and a counsel to its tax and corporate teams in the second wave of an earlier merger with tax boutique Del Valle Torres.
Since launching in 2011, Mexican FIBRAs have proven to be a hotly demanded new asset class – as well as providing a new stream of work for law firms in Mexico and the US who have positioned themselves to get in on the act.
In anticipation of a comprehensive tax reform in Mexico, Jáuregui y Navarrete has announced it is joining forces with tax boutique Del Valle Torres, while a banking partner has left the firm.
Far-reaching reforms of Mexico's telecommunications industry were signed into law in early June. Here Mauricio Martínez González of Jáuregui y Navarrete looks into some amendments aimed at promoting growth of broadband coverage in the country
In our continuing tour of the region’s legal markets after the 15th edition of Latin Lawyer 250 was published online last week we look at Mexico – the latest economy to watch in Latin America.
Marieke Breijer charts the key developments in Latin America’s legal market over the last 12 months
If Mexico’s moment really is around the corner then what impact will it have on the country’s legal market? In the second and final part of our series on Mexico, Rosie Cresswell asks how Mexico’s law firms are preparing for the boom and finds that international firms could have a large role to play in helping them make the most of the action