Clark Hill has established a multi-disciplinary practice group based in Mexico City to provide legal representation to clients requiring counsel for northbound or southbound matters.
Clients based in Mexico needing counsel in the United States call on our Corporate, Tax, Securities, IP, Immigration, Real Estate, Finance, International Trade, and Contracts practice groups to assist with matters ranging from cross-border employment to property acquisitions and investments, trade, and business formation.
Companies requiring legal representation in Mexico rely on our Mexico City attorneys for support in establishing manufacturing operations, personal real estate investment, international trade, arbitration, and expanding business into Mexican markets. Our corporate, tax, labor, customs, immigration, international trade, and finance attorneys frequently help clients in the automotive, oil and gas, energy, retail, and cannabis industries in Mexico.
Our team works with clients of all sizes, including private individuals, multinational corporations, and global energy producers.
Clients count on our experienced colleagues in Mexico, combined with our firmwide bench of professionals and global resources as one of the largest full-service international law firms. We provide industry-specific counsel and individually-tailored advice to help our clients to achieve their legal and business objectives.
Our Mexico City attorneys advise clients on matters in the U.S. and Mexico, including:
- Structuring business operations and entity formation in both countries;
- Cross-border lending (both secured and unsecured), and other financial transactions;
- Tax strategies and compliance with tax laws;
- International trade, including the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), trade remedies, investment, government procurement, services, dispute settlement, valuation, and classification. Also, resolving customs penalties, obtaining Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT) enrollment and verification, commodity classification, licensing, record-keeping, and recording requirements;
- Commercial litigation and international arbitration;
- Cross-border mergers and acquisitions; and
- Labor law matters in both countries.
For more information, please contact Alex Perez.
Campos Elíseos #345, Piso 8, Despacho 802B
Polanco V Sección
Ciudad de Mexico CDMX 11560