Juan Carlos De Lucio Carrasco


Juan Carlos De Lucio Carrasco


Since 2014, Juan Carlos has been a member of the Litigation Practice in the Foley & Lardner México, S.C. office. Juan focuses his work on civil and commercial litigation practice, handling client’s requirements before federal and local Mexican courts, with innovative litigation strategies. As a sample of some of the companies he represents, he works with companies within the technology, construction, maritime services, and real estate industries.


  • Spanish
  • English
07 December 2023 Honors and Awards

Foley Attorneys Recognized in Best Lawyers in Mexico 2024

Foley & Lardner LLP is pleased to announce that 13 of the firm’s attorneys from its Mexico City office were selected for inclusion in the 2024 edition of The Best Lawyers in Mexico, and one attorney was named to the Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch in Mexico list.
22 July 2022 Newsletters

Employment Compliance Trends: New Litigation Ruling Impacts Mexican Companies

In recent precedents (May-June 2022), Mexican federal courts have confirmed that companies are not released from liability vis-a-vis its employees solely by paying their social security contributions for labor hazards or accidents or by paying their severance obligations.
11 May 2021 Newsletters

Midstream, Downstream, Import/Export Permit-Holders Under Commercial Siege by Mexico’s Government

On May 5, 2021, regardless of the clear warnings and recommendations by Mexico´s Antitrust Commission, amendments to the Hydrocarbons Law were published in the Federation’s Official Gazette.
12 June 2020 Blogs

Mexican Companies Face New Challenges as Operations Resume

While essential companies continue to operate in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, a new set of challenges has appeared on the horizon. Those new challenges come from certain states that have enacted prohibitions to or additional restrictions on essential activities.
26 May 2020 Blogs

Mexico Reopens; Puebla Resists

The Government of the State of Puebla, home to Volkswagen, Audi and a number Tier 1 and Tier 2 automotive suppliers, has issued a “Decree establishing that there are no conditions in the State of Puebla to restart activities in the automotive and construction industries.” This flies in the face of the recent announcement by the Federal government in Mexico.
18 May 2020 Blogs

Mexico Reopens June 1: Health and Safety Protocols Announced. Approval to Operate Prior to June 1.

As we reported recently, the Mexican automotive industry and other sectors in Mexico have now been classified as “essential,” with opening permitted by June 1st subject to satisfying certain “health and safety protocols” that had not been announced. Today, those health and safety protocols (the “protocol”) were communicated by the Mexican government.