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Guerra González y Asociados, S.C.

AV PROLONGACIÓN JUÁREZ, S/N 1ER PISO, C.P. 25770 MONCLOVA, COAHUILA, MEXICO
Tel:
Work +52 86 6649 3330
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Web:
www.guerragonzalez-abogados.com

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Mexico

Bankruptcy and restructuring
Bankruptcy and restructuring - ranked: tier 1

Guerra González y Asociados, S.C.

Especially known for its litigation work, Guerra González y Asociados, S.C. is ‘undoubtedly a band 1 bankruptcy firm’, according to peers. The team has been active on all the country’s recent most high-profile bankruptcy cases, including representing the sponsor in the MXN$130bn restructuring of Empresas ICA; Altos Hornos (AHMSA) in its $1bn restructuring; and Oro Negro in its $1bn insolvency, among others. All thirteen partners at the firm cover bankruptcy matters, but the core team comprises Jaime Guerra González (‘a legend in bankruptcy proceedings’), ‘talented’ Jesús A Guerra Méndez, Patricio F Hidalgo Estrada and senior associate Elías Mendoza Murguía.

Leading lawyers

Jaime Guerra González - Guerra González y Asociados, S.C.

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Dispute resolution
Dispute resolution - ranked: tier 3

Guerra González y Asociados, S.C.

Guerra González y Asociados, S.C. is ‘very good in bankruptcy matters’ but enjoys an equally strong reputation in general commercial disputes, including shareholder litigation. A mark of the practice’s standing is the fact that it is regularly referred work by firms without Mexican litigation capabilities, and it fields a selection of excellent practitioners, most notably founding partner Jaime Guerra González. Other key partners are Jesus Guerra Méndez, Patricio Hidalgo Estrada and Elias Mendoza.

Leading lawyers: Litigation

Jaime Guerra González - Guerra González y Asociados, S.C.

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Mexico

Offices in Mexico City, Baja California, Matamoros, Monterrey, and Monclova

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