Mexico: Trade & Customs 2019

In this chapter we highlight 18 individuals for their outstanding work on both contentious and non-contentious matters in the trade and customs space.

Most Highly Regarded
1. Eduardo Díaz Gavito Chévez Ruíz Zamarripa y Cía SC, Mexico City
2. Gustavo A Uruchurtu Uruchurtu y Abogados Consultores SC, Mexico City

Chévez Ruíz Zamarripa y Cía is a powerhouse in the market and sees four top-flight practitioners listed.
Eduardo Díaz Gavito is a leading figure in the field. He is recognised for his extensive experience in WTO matters and is also highlighted for his focus on anti-dumping issues.
Francisco Cortina focuses his practice on customs disputes and impresses sources with his deep and varied knowledge of domestic and international markets gained over decades of experience.
Guillermo Sánchez Chao is a dedicated trade and customs lawyer who offers clients significant expertise in international trade law cases.
Ricardo Romero Aburto offers clients expert advice in trade and customs issues, particularly in relation to anti-dumping, safeguards and dispute resolution.

EC Legal Rubio Villegas has two lawyers recognised here.
Felipe Mendoza is described by sources as an “excellent customs lawyer” who leads the foreign trade group at the practice. He is highly experienced in matters that range from tariffs to trade treaty compliance.
Juan Carlos Partida Poblador specialises in trade remedies investigations in addition to his work in customs matters. Peers note that he is an “excellent lawyer who is fantastic on trade matters”.

Gustavo Uruchurtu of Uruchurtu y Abogados Consultores is one of the foremost trade and customs experts in the market and is highlighted by sources as an “outstanding trade lawyer”.

Turenna Ramírez-Ortiz at Sánchez DeVanny Eseverri is commended by interviewees as a “standout customs lawyer”. She frequently advises global companies on a wide range of complex cross-border trade and customs matters.

David Hurtado Badiola of Jáuregui y Del Valle is a standout practitioner in the trade and customs arena and is regarded by peers as "a great trade lawyer".

At RRH Consultores, Ricardo Ramírez is an “excellent trade practitioner” who draws praise from sources for his work relating to WTO regulation and disputes.

Beatriz Leycegui Gardoqui at SAI Law & Economics has vast experience in international trade matters, boasting an in-depth knowledge of foreign trade regulation.

Adriana Ibarra Fernández at Baker McKenzie is a committed and experienced trade practitioner who has experience in issues that range from the negotiation of trade agreements to sanctions.

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Nominees have been selected based upon comprehensive, independent survey work with both general counsel and private practice lawyers worldwide. Only specialists who have met independent international research criteria are listed.

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