Chambers Latin America 2013 Honors Gardere Arena


For the third consecutive year, Gardere, Arena y Asociados, S.C. earned recognition in Chambers Latin America: Latin America's Leading Lawyers for Business as one of the leading law firms serving Latin America. According to London-based Chambers and Partners, sources praise the Firm's ability to "understand a client's concerns and provide excellent advice without losing sight of its business needs."

"Our counterparts in Mexico truly deserve this distinction," says Steve Good, managing partner of Gardere. "The Mexico City Office, and these four individuals in particular, stand out for their intense commitment to providing creative solutions and excellent client service."

For the 2013 guide, Chambers and Partners identified four attorneys representing four practice areas as leaders in their respective fields. Roberto Arena, managing partner of the Mexico City office, was honored for his tax practice, as was Partner Fernando Camarena. Alejandro Ortiz, who works out of Gardere's Mexico City and Dallas offices, earned recognition for his real estate practice. Attorney Marco Nájera was listed for his competition/antitrust and insurance practices.

"We are honored that Chambers and Partners has chosen to recognize the talent we have at Gardere Arena," says Mr. Arena. "This listing reinforces the fact that we treat our clients with the utmost care and respect."

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 in-depth interviews with thousands of industry-leading clients, attorneys, and third-party experts in key legal markets. The complete rankings can be found online at

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