Gardere Mexico City Hires Featured in Latin Lawyer

05 January 2017 News

Latin Lawyer covered Gardere’s recent addition of partners Alejandro Nemo Gomez-Strozzi and Marcos Carrasco-Menchaca in the Firm’s Mexico City office.

Gardere’s Mexico City office head, Roberto Arena, told the publication that the team “is highly regarded for their work with a diverse portfolio of organizations in Mexico and abroad.” Mr. Gómez-Strozzi’s practice is focused on international trade, antidumping, customs, foreign trade and administrative law, while Mr. Carrasco-Menchaca focuses on free trade agreements, customs and administrative litigation, and taxation.

The full article can be accessed here.

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