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Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP
United States
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Latin America Team; Telecommunications, Media & Tech


Ulises represents US and foreign communications and technology companies on corporate, financial, and regulatory matters. He also advises private equity firms, venture capital funds, and financial institutions on investments in the telecommunications, media, and technology (TMT) sectors. Ulises represents clients before the Federal Communications Commission and government agencies in Mexico, Latin America, Europe, and Asia. He has substantial experience in cross-border transactions.  Ulises’s practice covers all sectors of the TMT market, including wireline, wireless and international communications, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), infrastructure projects (land and submarine networks), satellite services, and emerging technologies. He counsels on complex cross-border transactions, including mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures; public offerings; joint ventures; and private and public equity investments. He also represents public and private companies in international corporate and finance transactions across industries, including telecommunications, technology, energy, retail, and real estate.


Native Spanish speaker


International Bar Association; Mexican Bar Association


Escuela Libre de Derecho, J.D.; New York University, Master of Laws

Lawyer Rankings

Latin America: International firms > Projects and energy

Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP‘s Latin America team is largely located in Houston, providing it with deep energy credentials. The group’s strengths lie in energy M&A and project development, including M&A-driven project development. It has seen notable growth in LNG, gas to power and hydrogen projects and it remains a force in renewables, including wind and solar. In Washington DC partner Ulises Pin it has a market leader in Latin America cable and information highway projects. John Crespo co-heads the Latin America group and has a solid record in energy M&A, including renewables. Humberto Padilla Gonzalez is noted for Mexico energy transactions and Felipe Alice is at the forefront of Brazil deals.

Latin America: International firms > Corporate and M&A

Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP has achieved further growth in the power sector, thanks in part to the Latin America group being largely centred in Houston. It is also building its standing in Brazil tech deals, with Brazil licensed Felipe Alice leading the firm’s relationships with a range of emerging corporates in the jurisdiction. Private equity is another forte for the group, which operates across a wide range of industries, from real estate to financial institutions, telecoms and aviation. In 2020, the team represented Enel in its proposed purchase of certain distribution and generation companies in Peru owned by Sempra Energy. It is also increasingly active in advising Mexican high-net-worth individuals and family offices on investments in the US and elsewhere. John Crespo has extensive deal experience in Latin America, as does Humberto Padilla Gonzalez, particularly in Mexico. Washington DC’s Ulises Pin is at the forefront of telecoms transactions in the region. All named individuals are based in Houston, unless stated otherwise.