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Guerra González y Asociados, S.C.

SANTA MARGARITA 232, COL INSURGENTES SAN BORJA, DEL. BENITO JUAREZ, C.P. 03100 CIUDAD DE MÉXICO
Tel:
Work +52 55 5488 6100
Fax:
Fax +52 55 5543 6621
Email:
Web:
www.guerragonzalez-abogados.com
Baja California, Matamoros, Mexico City, Monclova, Monterrey, San Diego

Patricio Hidalgo Estrada

Tel:
Work 52 (55) 5488 6105
Email:
Web:
www.guerragonzalez-abogados.com
Guerra González y Asociados, S.C.

Work Department

Patricio F. Hidalgo Estrada is member of Guerra González y Asociados S.C.since 1997. He became Junior Partner in 2008 and Senior Partner in 2009.

Position

He has legal experience since 1997 specializing in litigation in Civil, Administrative and Commercial matters, as well as in Insolvency and Restructuring Proceedings, Constitutional Proceedings and Alternative Dispute Resolutions.

Career

CONFERENCES

  • Mexico City, Mexico (2010).INSOL International Mexico City One Day Seminar”, in which Guerra González y Asociados S.C. participated as sponsor.
  • New York City, USA (2009). “Ninth Annual International Insolvency Conference”.
  • New York City, USA (2008) “United Nations New York Convention Day and the 11th IBA International Arbitration Day”.
  • Mexico City, Mexico (2007). “First National Insolvency Law Conference”.
  • New York City, USA (2007). “Seventh Annual International Insolvency Conference”.
  • Mexico City, Mexico (2006). “Second Latin American Insolvency Law Conference”, in which Guerra González y Asociados S.C. participated as sponsor.
  • New York City, USA (2005). “Fifth Anniversary Conferenceof the International Insolvency Institute” conference in which Guerra González y Asociados, S.C. participated as member of the “International Litigation Panel”. The firm hosted the lecture entitled “The World´s Most Important Current International Insolvency Cases. Mexico: Altos Hornos de México, S.A. de C.V. (AHMSA), Grupo Acerero del Norte, S.A. de C.V. (GAN)”.

Languages

English and Spanish.

Member

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Education

Co-author since 2007 of numerous articles published in the “Insolvency Newsletter” from the “International Law Office” based in London. Some of his articles are: “Restructuring & Insolvency Mexico”, Directors´ Duties and Liabilities 2009”, “Corporate Governance & Directors´ Duties 2007”, among others.

Patricio F. Hidalgo Estrada holds a “Master in Law (LL.M.) with major in“Corporate Law” issued in 2004 by “New York University”(N.Y.U). At the time he approved the “New York Bar” exam.

He received his “B.A. in Law” with Honors in 2001 from “Universidad Iberoamericana” campus Mexico City, Mexico.

He has a under-graduate diploma in “English Legal Methods” issued by “Cambridge University”, campus Cambridge, England. At the same city he coursed the seminar in Legal English at “The Bell Language School”.


Mexico

Bankruptcy and restructuring

Within: Bankruptcy and restructuring

The bankruptcy and restructuring boutique Guerra González y Asociados, S.C. is especially well-known for its litigation work; the team has represented important stakeholder groups in a good number of the country's most high-profile recent cases, including acting for: the sponsor in Empresas ICA's MXN$130bn restructuring; Altos Hornos (AHMSA) in its $1bn restructuring; and Oro Negro in its $1bn insolvency, among others. All fourteen partners at the firm cover bankruptcy matters, but standout names are Jaime R Guerra González, Jesús Ángel Guerra Méndez, Patricio Hidalgo Estrada and Elías Mendoza Murguía, who made partner in 2019. The firm has offices in Mexico City, Monterrey, Matamoros, Monclova, and San Diego (California).

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Dispute resolution

Within: Dispute resolution

Guerra González y Asociados, S.C. has earned itself an excellent reputation in the market for domestic litigation, including major shareholder disputes and bankruptcy cases. The team is a popular referral choice for domestic and international firms that don't have their own Mexican litigation team. Key individuals include founding partner Jaime R. Guerra González, Patricio Hidalgo Estrada, and  Jesús Ángel Guerra Méndez.

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