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Mexico Special Report

The eighth edition of Who’s Who Legal: Mexico is a comprehensive guide to the country’s legal market, highlighting over 400 stand-out practitioners and experts from 135 firms.

Practice Areas

This edition features a total of 26 distinct practice areas that have been highlighted to provide a complete overview of the Mexican legal market. Each chapter illustrates the practitioners and experts who feature most prominently in our research. All are free to access through the following links:  

Leading Law Firms

Domestic full-service firms dominate the Mexican market as national outfits make up the top five firms in our research this year and achieve over a quarter of the total listings in this edition.

Mining in Latin America

WWL Mining 2017 - Vergara

By Rafael Vergara, Carey Abogados Rafael Vergara at Carey Abogados explores the many issues currently facing the Latin American mining industry, including environmental concerns, community relationships, indigenous rights and regulatory developments. 

Mining 2017: Roundtable

Who’s Who Legal brings together Pablo Mir of Bofill Mir & Alvarez Jana Abogados, Geoff Simpson of Allen & Overy LLP and Florencia Heredia of Holt Abogados to discuss the impact of falling mineral prices, adapting to client constraints in the current market, alternative sources of financing and the legal challenges posed by an increased focus on environmental issues. 

Exploration and Mining In Sensitive Areas – A Nordic View

WWL Mining 2017 - Borenius

By Casper Herler and Niklas Vartiainen, Borenius Attorneys Ltd Casper Herler and Niklas Vartiainen at Borenius Attorneys highlight the challenges faced by the Nordic mining industry when it comes to establishing exploration projects in novel sites. 

Mining 2017: Corporate Counsel Q&A

WWL Mining 2017 - Garcia-Montufar

Juan García-Montúfar, Anglo American Perú In an exclusive interview with Who’s Who Legal, Juan García-Montúfar discusses the changing role of in-house lawyers, the qualities he looks for when instructing external counsel, adapting to the fall in commodities prices and the challenges of achieving innovation and sustainability while adhering to a legal framework. 

The Dubai Example: Can Dedicated Regulation Foster the Development of More Efficient/Safer Networks and Cities?

WWL TMT 2017 - Diane Mullenex

By Diane Mullenex, Pinsent Masons Using Dubai as a prime example, Diane Mullenex explores the important role of regulation in the development of “smart cities” across the world, particularly in relation to cybercrime and data privacy issues. 

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