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Baker McKenzie Abogados, S.C., Tatiana Escribano, Mexico City,

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Tatiana Escribano

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Work 52 55 5351 4159
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Baker McKenzie LLP

Work Department

Corporate, M&A

Position

Tatiana is a partner in the Corporate/M&A Practice Group in Baker McKenzie, Mexico City office. She focuses her practice on corporate, securities, mergers and acquisitions matters and is experienced in working with local and transnational IT and telecommunications companies in Mexico. She has been recognized by prestigious publications such as Chambers Latin America and Legal 500 in the M&A practice. Clients have acknowledged her for being responsive, experienced and practical in her advise.

Career

Tatiana advises clients in international transactions, mergers and acquisitions, international joint ventures, corporate restructuring, data protection, anti-money laundering, foreign investment and corporate and securities matters. She serves as a legal adviser to domestic and international corporations on negotiation and contracting of local and international transactions and agreements. She is also involved in commercial, licensing and franchise agreements in addition to her general corporate practice. In addition, Tatiana represents clients in regulatory matters, including antitrust, foreign investment and regulated areas, including telecommunications.

Member

Spanish, English, French

Education

Fordham University School of Law (LL.M. International Trade and Business Transactions) (2008)
Universidad Iberoamericana (J.D.) (2005)
Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Exchange Student) (2004)
Universidad de Salamanca Spain (Exchange Student) (2003)


Mexico

Corporate and M&A

Within: Corporate and M&A

The service is very good’ at Baker McKenzie Abogados, S.C., whose clients appreciate the firm’s ‘willingness to work, even right after the devastating Mexico City earthquake’. The practice benefits from the firm’s strong network of domestic offices, including Guadalajara, Juarez, Monterrey and Tijuana, and covers the full gamut of advice from day-to-day matters to more bespoke M&A work. Recent highlights include advising Sojitz Corporation on its acquisition of a 66.7% stake in solar power developer Alten RE Developments America from Alten Renewable Energy Developments. The firm also advised Spirax-Sarco Engineering on the Mexican aspects of its $425m acquisition of Chromalox. Juarez-based partner Jorge Ruiz jointly leads the team with Carlos Valencia, whom clients ‘enjoy working with’. Tatiana Escribano is praised for her ‘good industry knowledge and appropriate advice’.

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