Government Procurement and Privatization

Gardere attorneys are well-versed in international government procurement laws and regulations, with a special focus on the United States, Mexico, Latin America and Europe. We are expert in assisting clients in securing public contracts, project finance and regulatory matters. We have negotiated many contracts and amendments with transnational companies as well as with foreign governments, and we have experience representing clients in arbitration litigation and conciliation proceedings regarding the termination of and disputes related to public agreements. Our team has additional expertise in infrastructure projects such as public-private partnerships, toll roads and energy infrastructure.

With offices in both Mexico and Houston, the energy capital of the world, our team is uniquely qualified to handle cross-border energy-related transactions, from structuring to execution. We are involved in and knowledgeable on Mexico energy reforms, and we stay up-to-date on the impacts these reforms are having on both the governments and businesses in Mexico and Texas.

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