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Edmond Frederic Grieger

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Von Wobeser y Sierra, SC

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Von Wobeser and Sierra

Position

Partner Edmond Frederic Grieger is engaged in the following practice areas: Constitutional Amparo & Administrative Proceedings, Energy & Natural Resources, Environment, Government Procurement & Public Works, Oil & Gas.

Career

Sub - Coordinator of the Environment Law Commission of the Mexican Bar Association (BMA) (2012- present). Energy Committee of the Mexican Bar Association (BMA) (2008 - present). Environment & Energy Committee of the ICC (ICC) (2010-present). Environment & Energy Law Commission of the International Bar Association (IBA) (2010- present).

Languages

English, Spanish and German.

Member

Mexican Bar Association (BMA).
International Bar Association (IBA).
Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN).

Education

He obtained his Law Degree (J.D. equivalent), Universidad Anáhuac (UA), Mexico City, 2004. He received his Diploma in Environmental Law & Natural Resources, Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM), Mexico City, 2007. He obtained his Diploma in Contracts with the Federal Government, Universidad Iberoamericana (UIA), Mexico City, 2007. He obtained his Masters of Laws Degree (LL.M.), Environmental & Energy, cum laude, Johannes Gutenberg Universität, Mainz, 2010.


Mexico

Energy and natural resources

Within: Energy and natural resources

Von Wobeser y Sierra, SC’s clients benefit from a full-service energy practice. As well as handling transactional, projects and regulatory matters, the firm is a market leader on the disputes front, with particular strength in international arbitration. On the non-contentious side, the firm advised Anheuser-Busch InBev on its renewable energy commitments, among them a $350m power purchase agreement with Iberdrola that involves the construction of a 220MW wind farm. Edmond Grieger is very active in this area.

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Environment

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Edmond Grieger - Von Wobeser y Sierra, SC

Within: Environment

Von Wobeser y Sierra, SC has a comprehensive environmental practice. The group is particularly noted for its contentious expertise, but is also strong on the advisory side, regularly assisting in relation to environmental impact authorisations and waste water treatment, waste management and atmospheric emissions issues. The firm advises Grupo Modelo (Anheuser-Busch InBev) on issues such as its water management. Edmond Grieger leads the team, whose other clients include Daimler Group, BMW, Coca-Cola, and EnerSys.

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