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Founded in 1987, Gonzalez Calvillo stands as a leading solution-centered Mexican firm that has rewritten the full-service firm model by blending it with its transactional deal-making core and international reach.

Throughout the past 30 years, the firm has focused on being client-oriented and thus has grown steadily while very selectively succeeding at creating the best teams to fulfill clients' needs.

By considering client development at the core of the firm's legal practice, it is regarded as one of a handful law firms in Mexico having the sophistication of practice to process the demands of the current business environment. In addition to the legal thinking and knowledge expected from any lawyer, the firm's professionals encourage and incentivize a business vision to create benefit for their clients, with in-depth experience to proactively detect opportunities for them and assist in their development and implementation.

The firm's professionals, state-of-the-art facilities and infrastructure allow it to provide the highest level of legal services. Most of the firm's lawyers have international legal studies in the United States and Europe and many of them have experience working as international associates in highly prestigious global law firms.

The firm is known for its ability to build cross-disciplinary teams in the most challenging and sophisticated transactions, we have experience providing legal, business and regulatory advice to multinational and domestic companies in a broad range of areas of practice.

Areas of practice

Anticorruption and compliance; antitrust and competition; arbitration and mediation; banking and finance; capital markets; corporate; data protection; e-business; energy, oil, gas and power generation; environment and natural resources; franchising, licensing and distribution; government procurement; intellectual property; investment protection and management; joint ventures and strategic alliances; labor and employment; civil, commercial and administrative litigation; mergers and acquisitions; private equity; project finance and infrastructure; real estate; regulatory reporting and compliance; restructuring and bankruptcy; securities; and telecommunications.

All practice areas have accredited performance for constancy and novelty and are headed by professionals of the highest caliber.

International work

Gonz?lez Calvillo, S.C. is consistently recommended as a leading full-service law firm in the Mexican legal marketplace. Moreover, the firm's business and legal practice is well diversified, by representing a blend of local and multinational corporations across regulated and non-regulated industries, including a substantial number of Fortune 500 companies in a wide variety of practice areas.

  • Partners
  • 20
  • Other fee-earners: 90

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