Gardere, Arena y Asociados Attorneys Earn Chambers Latin America 2012 Recognition


Gardere, Arena y Asociados, S.C., a joint venture between Arena y Asociados, S.C. in Mexico City and Texas-based Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP, has been recognized again in Chambers Latin America among the leading law firms serving the Latin American market.

The Firm earned honors for its work in the areas of real estate, tax, competition/antitrust and insurance. Additionally, four attorneys earned individual recognition. Mexico City Partners Roberto Arena and Fernando Camarena both were honored for their tax practices. Attorney Marco Nájera earned recognition for his competition/antitrust work, as well as his Insurance practice. Partner Alejandro Ortiz, who works in both the Firm's Mexico City and Dallas offices, was recognized for his real estate work.

"We are honored to be recognized by Chambers Latin America. Each of our attorneys takes tremendous pride in delivering the highest quality of work for each of our clients," says Mr. Arena, managing partner of Gardere, Arena y Asociados.

"The attorneys of Gardere, Arena y Asociados are among the leaders in their respective fields, and we are exceptionally proud to be associated with them," says Gardere Managing Partner Steve Good.

Published annually by London-based Chambers & Partners, Chambers Latin America is a comprehensive listing identifying the leading lawyers and law firms serving Latin America. Firms and attorneys are selected for the merit-based listing based on interviews with thousands of clients, attorneys and third party experts. The complete rankings can be found online at

Gardere, Arena y Asociados, S.C. provides a comprehensive range of legal services to both Mexican and foreign clients in the energy, financial, hospitality, manufacturing, real estate, technology and telecommunications industries

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