Mexico: Administrative Litigation 2017
Thirteen practitioners are among the top litigators focusing on administrative law matters and related disputes between entities and government authorities.
Aramburu Saldívar y Vázquez Abogados is a highly regarded specialist outfit. Founding partner Antonio Arámburu Mejía is often seen as one of Mexico’s premier trial lawyers on constitutional matters and appeals. With over 30 years’ experience appearing before the federal courts and the Supreme Court of Justice, he is universally well known and respected. Fellow-founder Claudia Saldívar Hernández is similarly well regarded with peers noting her expertise in constitutional matters and experience in court.
At COMAD, Roberto Hernández is highlighted as “one of the country’s leading practitioners in procurement disputes”.
Joselino Morales Lopez of Greenberg Traurig is praised by clients as “a clear expert in administrative law” and for giving “immediate attention to our matters”. Sources additionally comment, “His skills of analysis and argumentation are also brilliant.”
At Ibarra del Paso Gallego y Berezowsky SC, David Berezowsky is experienced in government procurement disputes related to waste water treatment, electricity, oil and gas and power projects. A client praises Berezowsky's "remarkable responsiveness, commitment and deep knowledge of the subject matter".
White & Case’s Ismael Reyes Retana handles a wide array of administrative litigation for foreign companies, especially in the telecoms sector. Respondents call him “smart and effective”.
Carlos Malpica Hernández of Malpica Iturbe Buj & Paredes is a notable player in the market, acting as lead counsel on some of the biggest administrative cases over the last few years. He is described as "a respected, well-liked and active litigator”.
Galicia Abogados’ Daniel Amézquita is experienced in a wide array of regulated areas, including telecoms, tax and public contract disputes. One peer states, “He is a first rate administrative and constitutional law expert.”
The “excellent” Fernando de Salvidea de Miguel, founder of De Salvidea y González Alcántara, represents clients seeking redress against government actions, with particular expertise acting for banks.