Mexico: Restructuring & Insolvency 2017
We list 13 excellent practitioners in this section for their expertise in the full range of bankruptcy, restructuring and insolvency work.
|Most Highly Regarded|
|Dario Oscós Coria||Oscós Abogados, Mexico City|
|Alejandro Sainz||Cervantes Sainz, Mexico City|
We list two lawyers at Ritch Mueller Heather y Nicolau. Luis Nicolau is described as “one of the best corporate lawyers in restructuring” in Mexico, according to an impressed peer. He also has in-depth experience in a wide range of corporate and banking matters. Thomas Heather is also highly regarded, with sources citing him as “very involved and one of the best in insolvency matters and extra-judicial restructuring”.
Sources “have a very good opinion of” Alejandro Sainz at Cervantes Sainz owing to his representation of bondholders and other parties in complex work-outs bankruptcies and other insolvency-related work.
Dario Oscós Coria of Oscós Abogados is widely regarded as among the very best restructuring and insolvency practitioners in the country. He has particular expertise in multinational cases and is experienced at handling both arbitrations and litigation.
At White & Case (Mexico), Vincente Corta is noted by sources for his strength in corporate insolvency matters, while Diego Sierra at Von Wobeser y Sierra stands out for clients for his “tenancity and knowledge in cases” as well as his “reliable, strong analytical skills”. Fernando del Castillo E at Santamarina y Steta is “very involved in insolvency matters”, according to sources. He is well regarded for representation of clients in litigation and arbitration, as is Jaime Guerra González at Guerra González y Asociados, who is noted as a “very, very good litigator who represents companies in insolvency”.