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Mexico

Bankruptcy and restructuring
Bankruptcy and restructuring - ranked: tier 4

Ramirez Ornelas Abogados

The firm Ramirez Ornelas Abogados concentrates on commercial litigation, with a special focus on bankruptcy and insolvency where it represents creditors and insolvent companies in both in- and out-of-court cases. It stands out in the market for the four decades-worth of experience embodied by name partner Gerardo Ram√≠rez Ornelas, who was a member of the team that drafted the "Ley de Concursos Mercantiles" legislation which currently regulates insolvency proceedings in Mexico. The firm continues to represent BBVA, Banorte and Prudential Real Estate Investments, as creditors, in the bankruptcy proceedings of Corporaci√≥n Geo, and also assisted Unicronos, on a pro bono basis, in restructuring its debt and business plan through a formal insolvency proceeding (involving the obtaining of a stand-still among other judicial protective measures, permitting the achievement of a bankruptcy agreement with the majority of its creditors). The team is led by Ram√≠rez Ornelas and includes associates √Āngel Fabricio Escalante S√°nchez and Juli√°n San Mart√≠n D√≠az.

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