We're experts in Mexico. We develop strategic solutions that produce successful results for our clients, with whom we collaborate as business partners.
We are a law firm that knows our country in depth. With more than 70 years of experience, we have evolved at the pace required by our clients and international markets to enhance our presence in Mexico. Our sensitivity and the important network of contacts we have allows us to identify the philosophy and work styles of investors and professionals from all over the world, strategically combining efforts to customize solutions and achieve success. We make our client’s challenges our own by understanding their environment and that of the local situation, culture and Mexican laws.
We stand out in the business community for our knowledge and understanding of local authorities, practices and laws, and because we offer the benefit of a one-stop-shop ensuring reliable, multidisciplinary, integrated and comprehensive approaches.
Our daily expectations aim to constantly monitor and understand market changes, business opportunities, threats and multidimensional challenges of growth in complex economies that require expert advice to better position and enhance our clients’ investments, interests, projects and dreams. Our expectations are simple: to provide quality and excellence and continue being the partner of choice.
Recent Firm News & Legal Updates
On January 31, 2020, the Tax Administration Service (as per its acronym inSpanish “SAT”) published an anticipated version of Annex 7 (legal criterion) of theTax Administrative Rules with the purpose of clarifying in which cases the VATshould be withheld.
The United Kingdom will leave the European Union on January 31st, 2020. Even though, for now, all Intellectual Property rights protected in that country through UE trademarks will remain unchanged until the end of the transition period, i.e. December 31st, 2020.
On January 24, 2020, a Decree issued by the Mexican Congress, was published in the Official Federal Gazette by means of which the following provisions were added: (i) article 190 Bis to the Federal Telecommunications and Broadcasting Law; and (ii) article 168 Ter to the Federal Criminal Code.