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Legal 500 Latin America 2017 recommends 17 Jones Day practice areas, 44 lawyers

September 2017




The Legal 500 Latin America recommends Jones Day in 17 practice areas. Additionally, a total of 44 Jones Day lawyers are recognized, including five awarded the "Leading Lawyer" ranking for the Mexico country practice tables.

The Legal 500 Latin America recommends Jones Day in a total of 17 areas of practice:


Latin America International Firms

  • Banking and Finance
  • Capital Markets
  • Corporate and M&A
  • International Arbitration
  • Projects and Energy

Mexico
  • Banking and Finance
  • Capital Markets
  • Competition and Antitrust
  • Corporate and M&A
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Energy and Natural Resources
  • Environment
  • International Trade and Customs
  • Projects and Infrastructure – Top Tier
  • Real Estate
  • Tax
  • TMT (Technology, Media and Telecoms)

Jones Day's Legal 500  "Leading Lawyers" for 2017 include:
  • Luis Rubio Barnetche: (Mexico City): Mexico: TMT; Also Recommended for: Latin America: International Arbitration; Mexico: Corporate and M&A; Mexico: International Trade and Customs
  • Alberto de la Parra (Mexico City): Mexico: Banking and Finance; Mexico: Projects and Infrastructure; Also Recommended for: Latin America: Capital Markets; Latin America: Projects and Energy; Mexico: Banking and Finance; Mexico: Capital Markets
  • Fernando de Ovando: (Mexico City): Mexico: Banking & Finance; Also Recommended for Latin America: Projects Banking and Finance: Mexico: Capital Markets
  • Selene Espinosa: (Mexico City):  Mexico: Projects and Infrastructure
  • Manuel Romano: (Mexico City): Mexico: Real Estate; Also Recommended for: Latin America: Projects and Energy; Mexico: Banking and Finance; Mexico: Projects and Energy

Jones Day’s Legal 500 "Recommended Lawyers" for 2017 include:

- Gabriel Altamirano: (Mexico City): Mexico: Banking and Finance: Mexico: Competition and Antitrust
- S. Wade Angus: (New York): Latin America Banking and Finance; Latin America: Corporate and M&A
- Bertha Ordaz-Avilés: (Mexico City): Mexico: Competition; Mexico: TMT
- Rodrigo Gómez Ballina: (Mexico City): Mexico Real Estate; Mexico Tax
- María Luisa Cánovas: (New York): Latin América: Corporate and M&A
- Mauricio Castilla:  (Mexico City): Mexico: Capital Markets
- José Antonio Vázquez Cobo: (Mexico City): Mexico: Dispute Resolution
- Javier Cortés: (Mexico City): Mexico: International Trade and Customs
- Robert da Silva Ashley: (New York): Latin America: Banking and Finance; Mexico: Banking and Finance
- Arturo de la Parra: (Mexico City): Mexico: Capital Markets
- Eduardo Mendoza de Leo: (Mexico City): Mexico: Capital Markets
- Javier Martínez del Campo: (Mexico City): Mexico: Banking and Finance; Mexico: Capital Markets; Mexico: Corporate and M&A
- Boris Dolgonos: (New York): Latin America: Capital Markets
- José A. Estandía: (Mexico City): Latin America: Banking and Finance; Latin America: Projects and Energy; Mexico: Banking and Finance: Mexico: Energy and Natural Resources; Mexico: Projects and Energy
- Mercedes Fernández: (Madrid):Latin America:  International arbitration
- Antonio Franck: (Mexico City): Mexico: Banking and Finance; Mexico: Corporate and M&A; Mexico: Energy and Natural Resources
- Salvador Gallo: (Mexico City): Mexico: Real Estate
-Mauricio Bahena González : (Mexico City): Mexico: Capital Markets
- Antonio González: (Mexico City): Mexico: Dispute Resolution
- Marcello Hallake: (São Paulo): Latin America Corporate and M&A; Latin America: Projects and Energy
- Guillermo Larrea: (Mexico City): Mexico: International Trade and Customs; Mexico: Real Estate; Mexico: TMT
- Octavio Lecona Morales: (Mexico City): Mexico: TMT
- Andrés Lieja:  (Mexico City): Mexico: Tax
- Mauricio Llamas: (Mexico City): Mexico: Environment; Mexico: International Trade and Customs; Mexico: Real Estate
- Blanca Luévano García: (Mexico City): TMT
- Silvia Malagón: (Mexico City): Latin America Capital Markets; Mexico: Capital Markets; Energy
- Enrique Martin: (Miami): Latin America: Corporate and M&A
Michael McGuinness: (New York): Latin America: Corporate and M&A
- Ricardo Puente: (Miami): Latin America: International arbitration
- Richard Puttré: (Miami): Latin America: Projects and Energy
- Marcus Quintanilla: (San Francisco): Latin America: International arbitration
- Luis Riesgo:  (São Paulo): Latin America: Corporate and M&A
- Nicholas Rodriguez: (Miami): Latin America: Corporate and M&A
- James Salerno: (New York): Latin America: Banking and Finance
- Luis R. Salinas: (Mexico City): Mexico: Tax
- Carlos Sámano: (Mexico City): Latin America: Capital Markets; Mexico: Capital Markets
- Gregory Shumaker: (Washington): Latin America: International arbitration
- Steven Smith: (San Francisco): Latin America: International arbitration
- Fradyn Suárez: (Miami): Latin America: Banking and Finance; Latin America: Projects and Energy 


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