Charles E. Meacham

Co-Chair, International; Chair, Project Development and Finance
Partner, Corporate
Houston
2000 Wells Fargo Plaza
1000 Louisiana Street
Houston, Texas 77002
t 713.276.5633 f 713.276.6633
cmeacham@gardere.com
Mexico City
Torre Esmeralda II
Blvd. Manuel A. Camacho No. 36-1802
Lomas de Chapultepec
Ciudad de Mexico 11000
t 011.52.55.5.284.8540 f 011.52.55.5.284.8569

Charlie Meacham, a bilingual and bicultural corporate lawyer born and raised in Caracas, advises clients with cross-border projects throughout the Americas. Charlie opened the Gardere office in Mexico City in 1992, and was the resident U.S. partner in charge until 1996. He regularly advises clients doing business or seeking to do business in Mexico and Latin America on how to structure investments and projects, including:

  • Cross-border joint ventures
  • Public bids for infrastructure projects
  • Acquisitions and divestitures
  • International contracting matters.

Charlie also represents Latin American and other foreign investors in the U.S., and advises clients worldwide on compliance with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and other anti-corruption conventions. Clients rely on Charlie’s ability to quickly gain entrée and to navigate the business communities, governments and regulations of nations with emerging economies.

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