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Jorge Sanchez joins the firm as a partner and opens the firm's mining practice group.
Mexico City, Mexico (PRWEB) July 03, 2014
Continuing its strategic and robust build-out in anticipation of Mexican energy and structural reforms in various sectors, Haynes and Boone, SC, with twenty years in the Mexican market, has now added a team of three corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions and antitrust lawyers led by seasoned corporate Partner Jorge Sanchez from Goodrich, Riquelme y Asociados.
Jorge is well regarded in both domestic and international markets by his peers as a long standing practitioner who fosters interdisciplinary work through a solid corporate practice and client base.
Jorge was drawn by Haynes and Boone as part of its strategy in line with other successful recent lateral hirings of leading lawyers in their fields, such as Ariel Ramos (Energy, Projects and Infrastructure), Jorge Labastida (Structured Finance), Rafael Carmona (Capital Markets) and Carlos Canales (Oil & Gas).
Jorges practices includes equity and asset transactions, M&A (domestic, cross-border and international), banking and finance, antitrust, mining and natural resources, public procurement, defense and security contracts, and structured and commodity finance, amongst others. He is acknowledged and ranked by several leading and independent international legal directories in practice areas such as Corporate/M&A, Natural Resources, Mining and Projects.
Jorge has also served as a professor of banking and financial law and contracts at different Mexican universities since 2007, and is an active member of several professional organizations, such as the International Bar Association (IBA), a founding member of the Young Council of the Latin American Regional Forum of the IBA, the Mexican Mining Chamber (CAMIMEX), the Mining Task Force at the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Mexico, and chairs the Mining Committee of the Australia, New Zealand Mexico Business Council (ANZMEX) of which he was President (2004-2011).
The firm continues to aggressively target other leading practitioners in different areas of experience.
Associates Damian Gonzalez and Antonieta Cruz join Jorge in the move to Haynes and Boone.
Damian brings more than eight years of experience advising domestic and international clients doing business in Mexico. His practice focuses on Mergers and Acquisitions, Secured Transactions, Corporate and Commercial law, with an emphasis in the Mining and Natural Resources sectors.
Antonieta has experience in financial law, banking, corporate law, contracts, personal data protection, anti-money laundering, corporate governance and compliance, having worked in other law firms and as in-house lawyer of regulated entities pertaining to the Financial Services Industry.
The team has advised a large number of international clients and trading houses in the electricity, security, oil and gas and equipment sectors while participating in large Procurement Tenders with the Mexican Government, and successfully implemented corporate and financial compliance programs for a majority of their clients.
This trio of lawyers is part of the firms strategic talent expansion in Mexico City, said Luis Moreno, administrative partner of the firms Mexico City office. Their experience in advising clients on international corporate, finance, M&A, antitrust, public procurement and transactional matters is a perfect fit and complements the firms existing capabilities, aiming at strengthening our core and future strategic practice areas."
Additionally, Jorge has now opened the mining practice at Haynes and Boone, bringing a wealth of experience acknowledged by leading international clients, law firms and legal directories in that sector, which continues to represent a dynamic and growing industrial activity in Mexico.
For more than a decade, Jorge and several partners at Haynes and Boone have worked together as counterparties representing important international clients in major deals. Based on such experiences, the firm has attested to his professional credentials and proven skill, and is certain of the synergies that his joining to the firm will represent to the expansion of our Mexican and global practice.
Haynes and Boone has one of the largest Latin America/Caribbean practices in the country with more than 50 lawyers working in Dallas, Houston, Mexico City, New York and Washington, D.C. Haynes and Boone lawyers are native speakers or fluent in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and French and are comfortable working with civil law and international law concepts.
The fully-integrated Mexico City office was established in 1994. It is unique in having permanent senior Mexican lawyers based in its U.S. offices and conversely having an American expatriate working in its Mexico City office, thereby providing integrated working teams from both its U.S. and Mexican platforms.
About Haynes and Boone
Haynes and Boone, LLP is an international corporate law firm with offices in Texas, New York, California, Washington, D.C., Shanghai and Mexico City, providing a full spectrum of legal services. With more than 500 attorneys, Haynes and Boone is ranked among the largest law firms in the nation by The National Law Journal and has been named winner of a 2013 Thomas L. Sager Diversity Award by the Minority Corporate Counsel Association.
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