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EC Legal Rubio Villegas


Mexico
http://www.rubiovillegas.com
(P) (+52 55) 5242-0770
juan.partida@rva.com.mx

RUBIO VILLEGAS Y ASOCIADOS, S.C. provides the highest quality legal counsel to its clients since its establishment in 1966. The firm has a solid reputation in the areas of Corporate and Commercial Law, International Trade and Customs, Tax Consulting and Litigation, Civil and Commercial Litigation, Administrative Law, Intellectual Property, Real Estate, Telecommunications and Technology Law, Government Procurement, Corporate Finance, Insurance Law, Antitrust, and Public Law and Policy, among others.

Based in Mexico City, the firm is formed by a team of nearly 50 attorneys organized into different practice areas offering personalized and specialized attention to domestic and foreign investors, corporations, service and manufacturing businesses, financial entities such as banks and insurance companies, as well as governmental agencies.

RUBIO VILLEGAS Y ASOCIADOS, S.C. adheres to its founding principle: to act as a resourceful “problem solver and strategic collaborator”, structuring innovative responses to achieve its clients’ legal and strategic objectives. The firm's strength is to combine legal advice with an understanding of business needs.

Members of the firm have been asked to advise Mexican tax, customs, commerce and industrial property authorities. In addition, some of our attorneys were key participants of the Mexican team negotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Consequently, the Firm’s experience within the Mexican regulatory framework and the understanding of a legal environment in constant evolution enables it to provide efficient and effective counsel to both international and domestic clients.


Contact(s)
Alejandro Montes
+52 55 5242.0742
alejandro.montes@rva.com.mx

Juan Carlos Partida
Partner
+52 55 5242.0778
juan.partida@rva.com.mx

Address(es)
Rio Duero No. 31, Col. Cuauhtémoc
06500, México, D.F.
Practices
Antitrust
Compliance and enforcement
Litigation
Mergers and acquisitions
Unfair competition/trade practices
Banking and finance
Acquisitions and mergers
Bridge loans
Commercial loans
Convertible and hybrid securities
Hedging transactions
Private equity fund formation
Private investment in public equity (PIPE) transactions
Regulatory matters
Securitizations
Subscription line of credit financings
Bankruptcy/creditor's rights/insolvency
Creditor's litigation
Debtor representation
Liquidation
Construction
Contracts and contract disputes
Energy performance contracting
Litigation
Negotiations
Corporate/business
Asset acquisitions and divestitures
Capitalization transactions
Corporate governance
E-commerce
Equity line of credit financings
General corporate counsel
Going-private transactions
Government contracts
Import/export
Joint ventures and strategic alliances
Licensing, distribution and general contract matters
Mergers and acquisitions
Shareholder agreements
Spinoffs of subsidiaries and divisions
Start-up and emerging growth companies
Stockholder/partner/LLC disputes
Taxable and tax-free exchanges, mergers and consolidations
Venture capital
Contracts
Counseling
Film & television
Media
Estate Planning & Administration / Trusts
Federal income tax/Estate/Gift tax in business
Income tax planning
Franchise
Government relations
Administrative law
Competitive bidding/Public works
Constitutional law
Litigation
Lobbying
Procurement
Contracts
Immigration
International/International trade
Acquisitions
Arbitration
Deceptive trade practices
Equal protection
Joint ventures
Trade regulation
U.S./Mexico business litigation
Labor, employment & employee benefits
Litigation
Appellate
Arbitration
Contracts
Employment covenants
Shareholder derivative actions
Automotive
Corporate governance and investigations
Dealer and distributor
Fiduciary duty
Government access/open records
Government contracts and competitive bidding
Internet
Media and telecommunications
Minority stockholders
Public contracts
Real estate
Shareholder derivative actions
Tax abatement
Technology
U.S./Mexico business litigation
Media & communications
Advertising and trade regulations
Cable, satellite, web-streaming and satellite carriage of television signals
Dark and light fiber optic network agreements
Federal and state political broadcastings rules
Privacy, wiretapping, freedom of information issues
Television/radio regulation and deregulation
Real estate
Tax
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