Gardere Partners Named Leading Lawyers in 2013 Energy and Infrastructure: Latin America Guide


Gardere, Arena y Asociados S.C., the Mexico City office of Gardere Wynne Sewell LLP, is pleased to announce that three of the Firm's partners have been named leading lawyers in the 2013 edition of Energy and Infrastructure: Latin America, a guide to the industry's leading law firms and lawyers published by the International Financial Law Review's IFLR1000.

Juan M. Alcalá, a partner in the Firm's Austin office and co-chair of the International Dispute Resolution Group, earned selection to the list for his work in disputes. Corporate Partner Roberto Arena, an experienced tax attorney who practices in the Firm's Mexico City office, is honored in this list for his work in corporate and commercial restructuring and insolvency, disputes and tax. Fernando Camarena, also a partner in the Firm's Mexico City office, is listed for his work in corporate and commercial projects and tax.

The publication also highlights the Firm as a whole, noting that Gardere "is known for its strength in the litigation and arbitration areas."

IFLR1000 has been a global leader in providing financial law firm rankings for more than 20 years. The publication ranks law firms in more than 120 jurisdictions around the world based on market feedback and industry research.

Mr. Arena and Mr. Camarena have also have been ranked for their tax law practices by Chambers Latin America: America's Leading Lawyers for BusinessThe Legal 500 Latin America and the Tax Directors Handbook 2013. Mr. Alcalá is a former Latin Lawyer 250 honoree.

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