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Gardere Partners Named Leading Lawyers in 2015 Energy and Infrastructure: Latin America Guide

06.17.15

Gardere Partners Roberto Arena Reyes Retana, Juan M. Alcalà and Fernando Camarena Cardona were named leading lawyers in the 2015 edition of IFLR1000's guide to Energy and Infrastructure: Latin America. Mr. Arena is an experienced corporate attorney who made the list for his work in restructuring and insolvency, corporate and commercial, disputes and tax. Mr. Alcalà, co-chair of the Firm's International Dispute Resolution Group, was noted for his work in disputes, and Mr. Camarena is listed for his work in energy and infrastructure, corporate and tax. 

IFLR1000 has been a global leader in providing financial law firm rankings for more than 20 years. The publication ranks law firms in more than 110 jurisdictions around the world based on results from a client feedback survey. 

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