Holland & Knight's Mexico City office is a key component of our Latin America Practice, helping provide broad representation for clients across the region. Members of our Mexico Practice have extensive experience assisting various public and private sector interests, including advising the Mexican government; state, local and other municipal governments; foreign and domestic investors; and small companies to large multinational corporations.
The combined experience and knowledge of our Mexico attorneys and professionals have allowed us to be innovators in new ventures and financing structures that are considered role models for the Mexican market.
In particular, our team was instrumental in the development of the real estate capital, structured finance and securitization markets, including the formation of the largest real estate investment trusts (REITs) in Mexico.
We offer a multidisciplinary mergers and acquisitions (M&A) practice that includes corporate lawyers and attorneys specializing in antitrust, labor and employment, and taxation. Our collaborative approach allows us to provide comprehensive services throughout the entire transaction process. Our attorneys frequently advise clients in connection with joint ventures, strategic alliances, divestitures and liquidations, and corporate governance. Our capabilities in this area include due diligence of target companies, preparation and negotiation of sale and purchase agreements, design and implementation of purchase or sale structures, and obtaining regulatory approvals.
Our Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT) attorneys have deep knowledge of the industry and combine their private practice, public sector and executive-level experience to provide innovative representation. We have served as lead counsel in major transactions that have shaped the telecommunications market in Mexico, particularly the mobile and satellite industries. Our efforts have helped develop public policy concerning infrastructure deployment, government procurement in the industry, efficient use of radio frequency bands and competition issues.
Our dispute resolution attorneys have successfully represented clients in some of Mexico's largest and most complex litigation and arbitration cases involving commercial and investment matters.
Members of our Mexico team have been selected for inclusion in leading industry publications based on their work in the region, including Chambers Global, Latin Lawyer 250, The Legal 500 Latin America and IFLR1000, among others.
Our Mexico City office offers our clients a one-stop shop with full-service practice capabilities. We have extensive experience in the following areas:
- evolving COVID-19 legal issues
- antitrust and competition
- airports, aircraft and aviation
- international and domestic commercial arbitration
- investment arbitration
- U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and other compliance matters
- corporate Latin American investigations
- financial services
- international trade
- labor, employment and benefits
- civil and commercial litigation
- restructuring and bankruptcy
- mergers and acquisitions (M&A)
- private equity and fund formation
- real estate
- customs and trade regulations
- regulatory and government affairs
- structured finance and securitization
Learn more about our Mexico Practice.
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In planning a visit to our Mexico City office, we recommend the following transportation options:
Airports: Mexico City International Airport is 11 km from the office.
Before traveling, check the weather in Mexico City.
If you are planning a visit to our Mexico City office, nearby hotels include:
Galeria Plaza Reforma
Hamburgo 195, Cuauhtémoc, Juarez | 06600 Ciudad de México, D.F., Mexico
Distance from office: 260 meters
Mexico City Marriott Reforma Hotel
Paseo de la Reforma 276 Col. Juarez | 06600 Ciudad de México, D.F., Mexico
Distance from office: .45 kilometers
The St. Regis Mexico City
Paseo de la Reforma 439, Cuauhtemoc, Cuauhtémoc | 06500 Ciudad de México, D.F., Mexico
Distance from office: 750 meters
Locate restaurants in Mexico City near our office.