Speaking Engagements

Energy in Mexico: An Overview of the Changes to Mexico's Energy Laws and the Effects on Mexico and the U.S.

2014 U.S.-Mexico Bar Association Conference

9:20-10:20 a.m. CDT

Gardere Partners John P. Melko and Daniel Aranda are scheduled to participate on the energy panel at the upcoming U.S.-Mexico Bar Association Annual Conference in Mexico City. The panel will cover the topic "Energy in Mexico: An Overview of the Changes to Mexico's Energy Laws and the Effects on Mexico and the U.S." Mr. Aranda, who will be serving as a panelist alongside two other energy professionals, will provide a substantive presentation covering the changes to the energy laws. Mr. Melko will serve as the panel moderator.

The 2014 U.S.-Mexico Bar Association Conference will mark the 20th anniversary of the organization's founding and will build on the success of the Conference held in Phoenix in October 2013. For more information, click here.

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