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Ibarra, del Paso, Gallego y Berezowsky, S.C., Mauricio Sandoval Rojo, Mexico City, MEXICO

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Mauricio Sandoval Rojo

Tel:
Work (+52 55) 5202 0717
Email:
Web:
www.ibarrapg.com/es/
Ibarra, del Paso, Gallego y Berezowsky, S.C.

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Environmental Law

Position

Mauricio is admitted to practice law in Mexico since 2015. He started his professional practice working in Civil and Commercial Litigation, and later focused his practice in Criminal and Amparo Litigation. Mauricio currently has more than three years of experience on the environmental law field advising foreign and local clients on environmental impact, national waters, federal maritime zone, hazardous wastes, soil remediation, as well as administrative and constitutional litigation.

Career

Before joining the Firm, Mauricio worked in Pontones & Ledesma, S.C. (2014-2017) and in Requena Abogados, S.C. (2013-2014).

Languages

Mauricio is a Spanish native speaker and is fluent in English.

Education

Mauricio obtained his law degree (JD) in 2015 from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, in Mexico City. He holds a Diploma in Environmental Law from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México in cooperation with the Universidad de Extremadura (2017).


Mexico

Environment

Within: Environment

Ibarra del Paso y Gallego is a strong choice for environmental advice, thanks to the expertise of its practice head and name partner Adrián del Paso. He is backed by a five-lawyer team, which includes senior associate Mauricio Sandoval, who is experienced in environmental litigation. The practice recently advised DowDuPont on its legal strategy for water assurance, which is critical to its industrial operations. The group also advised Evergreen Capital on successfully obtaining key federal environmental authorizations for a real estate project in Valle de Bravo.

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