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CAMINO AL DESIERTO DE LOS LEONES 67 DESPACHO 207, COL SAN ANGEL, CIUDAD DE MÉXICO 01000, MEXICO
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Mexico

Tax
Tax - ranked: tier 4

Rizo, Erreguerena y Garza-Cantú, S.C.

Rizo, Erreguerena y Garza-Cantú, S.C.is a small tax boutique with good partners’; ‘it has been gaining in strength lately and its partners are highly recognised in the market’. The firm was founded in 2013, and all three partners have over 20 years’ experience working in the practice. The team covers consultancy work, representation before the tax authorities, and litigation on tax and administrative matters, including before constitutional courts. Founding partner Juan Carlos Rizo spent over 10 years at the SAT, handling litigation and amparos; while his fellow name partner Carlos Garza also worked at the tax authority for over a decade where he undertook domestic and international tax matters. Name partner José Miguel Erreguerena (who joined the firm from what is now Ortiz Abogados Tributarios S.C. in mid-2016) covers consultancy work.

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