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Mexico

Energy and natural resources
Energy and natural resources - ranked: tier 5

Ibarra, del Paso, Gallego y Berezowsky, S.C.

Ibarra, del Paso, Gallego y Berezowsky, S.C. is strong in the field of energy and infrastructure projects, where practice head David Berezowsky has a good name. The firm recently represented several international companies buying into local wind farm projects and also advised Northland Power on the development of 1.5GW worth of power generation projects. Other clients include ATCO Gas, Canadian Solar, and The Chemours Company.

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Environment
Environment - ranked: tier 3

Ibarra, del Paso, Gallego y Berezowsky, S.C.

Ibarra, del Paso, Gallego y Berezowsky, S.C. provides a ‘remarkable’ service; it is ‘always available for any legal consultations or questions’, its advice is ‘very accurate and easy to understand, even for non-lawyers’, and it is also noted for its ‘flexibility in talking about legal fees’. The practice covers the full range of environmental and administrative matters, for clients including Hilton Grand Vacations, Pfizer, The Chemours Company, and Unilever. Practice head Adrián del Paso is ‘always available and ready to help’.

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Real estate
Real estate - ranked: tier 3

Ibarra, del Paso, Gallego y Berezowsky, S.C.

Boutique firm Ibarra, del Paso, Gallego y Berezowsky, S.C. has been building an impressive roster of clients in its real estate practice. A recent example of this is the advice it gave to Marriott Vacations Worldwide on the negotiation of an office space lease agreement for its regional call centre in Mexico. The team of 12 lawyers (including two partners) principally handles transactional matters but has also been developing an associated projects practice, which relies on the firm’s environmental law and energy and infrastructure expertise. A case in point was the lawyers' advice to ATCO Gas on real estate and regulatory issues related to the construction of a natural gas pipeline to supply the Francisco Pérez Ríos power plant near Tula, Hidalgo. In a move reflecting the current trend towards regionalisation, the firm has also built a network of local partner firms across Latin America, as well as in the US, Spain and Germany. Other mandates saw the team assist Grupo IGS, Grupo Radio Fórmula, and Palem Partners with their respective property acquisitions across the country. Name partner Carlos Ibarra leads the team, supported by key practitioner Gerardo Gallego, who handles corporate matters, and senior associate Alejandra Gutiérrez who covers corporate real estate, including development, leasing, financing and securitization. Luis A Leuchter left the firm. Other clients include Braskem Idesa, Hilton Grand Vacations, JLL (formerly Jones Lang LaSalle), and Wework.

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