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Guadalajara, Mexico City

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Mexico

Labour and employment
Labour and employment - ranked: tier 1

Marván, González Graf y González Larrazolo, S.C. (MGGL)

Marván, González Graf y González Larrazolo, S.C. (MGGL) is an extremely well regarded six-partner boutique and a popular choice for high profile and complex disputes. The group also handles collective bargaining agreements and advises on corporate and restructuring issues for law firms without established labour teams. The firm recently advised one of the country's largest retailers on over 3,000 employment lawsuits in six states, as well as a major restructure of 400 collective bargaining agreements. Team heads Héctor González Graf, Santiago Marván Urquiza and Nelson Guerrero Robles enjoy very strong reputations. Major clients include Citibank, HSBC, Zurich, Procter & Gamble and Mead Johnson.

Leading individuals

Héctor González Graf - Marván, González Graf y González Larrazolo, S.C. (MGGL)

Santiago Marván Urquiza - Marván, González Graf y González Larrazolo, S.C. (MGGL)

Next Generation Partners

Nelson Guerrero Robles - Marván, González Graf y González Larrazolo, S.C. (MGGL)

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Mexico

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