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ANDRÉS BELLO NO. 45 12TH FLOOR, TORRE PRESIDENTE-REFORMA, COLONIA CHAPULTEPEC POLANCO, MEXICO
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Ram?rez Ornelas Abogados specializes in commercial litigation, particularly procedures related to insolvency (bankruptcy), telecommunications, class actions, insurance, shareholders disputes, commercial arbitration, banking, and securities. While commercial litigation matters are the core of the firm?s activities, the firm also has the capability and resources to provide legal services in other legal areas that are needed for the integral and effective resolution of the matters that are entrusted to them by their clients. For several years, Ram?rez Ornelas Abogados has taken an active and prominent role in the major commercial disputes in Mexico.

During its many years of practice, the firm has represented the interests of business sectors in different matters that include: banking and financial; mining; real estate; construction; telecommunications; securities; agro industrial; entertainment; corporate business; insurance; maritime; energetic, and railway.

The firm

The origins of Ram?rez Ornelas Abogados date back to the year 1999, when the founding partner, Mr Gerardo Ramirez Ornelas established the firm under its current set-up incorporating at the time some of his present partners. Throughout the years of its history, Ram?rez Ornelas Abogados has been characterized by the deep knowledge used for the solution of the matters entrusted to them, at all times devoting the necessary attention and care, in order to safeguard and enhance the interests of the clients.

Areas of practice

Ram?rez Ornelas Abogados is a boutique firm specializing in complex litigation matters, ranging from procedures related to insolvency (bankruptcy), telecommunications, class actions, insurance, shareholders disputes, international and domestic commercial arbitration, administrative litigation, family, banking and securities. The firm also has the expertise to offer services in other legal areas to ensure the effective resolution of the matters that are entrusted to them.

  • Partners
  • 4
  • Other fee-earners: 10
  • Total staff: 28

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