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Tax
Tax - ranked: tier 3

Arias y Meurinne SC

Arias y Meurinne SC houses ‘a great group of litigators, the aspect of the practice for which it is especially renowned and which constitutes about 75% of its workload, although the 17-strong, five-partner tax boutique also undertakes the range of consultancy work, bar transfer pricing. The team has represented clients before the tax authorities in audits and in cases regarding federal, income and other taxes, importation and other duties, VAT, and in constitutional amparo and administrative cases. Name partner Pedro Arias is a well-known litigator and his practice includes constitutional amparos and administrative litigation; fellow name partner Humberto Rodríguez and Salvador González Escamilla also undertake contentious work; while third name partner Luis Eduardo Meurinne is an expert in consultancy, auditing and litigation, and tax efficiency matters. All three name partners are also able to provide coverage on anti-money laundering in relation to tax. Support comes from junior partner Pamela Orozco and senior associates Elizabeth Lastra and David Salguero, who both handle administrative work and have over 12 years’ experience; and Leah Sánchez, who has 9 years’ experience and was previously at the tax prosecutors’ office.

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