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Jones Day adds projects and infrastructure specialist in Miami

12 December 2014 by Michael Washburn

Attorney with deep cross-border experience joins from rival firm

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Mexico’s Congress approves energy reform

21 August 2014 by Chris Cooper

More than a year after Mexican President Peña Nieto introduced an overhaul of the nation’s energy market, the Mexican Congress has approved bills that will reform the sector.

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Galicia Abogados expands partnership with capital markets specialist

28 July 2014 by Chris Cooper

Mexico City-based firm Galicia Abogados has expanded its partnership to 18 with the addition of capital markets specialist Guillermo Pérez Santiago

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Hogan Lovells merges with Barrera Siqueiros & Torres Landa

08 July 2014 by Chris Cooper

The newest step in the expansion of Hogan Lovells in Latin America is a merger with Mexican firm Barrera Siqueiros & Torres Landa.

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Coldwell - The Mexican energy reform is the right step to take

13 June 2014 by Chris Cooper

Mexico’s energy secretary Pedro Joaquín Coldwell talks to Chris Cooper about his belief that the latest changes to Mexico’s energy law are moving the country forward

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Energy flash: regulatory reform and the state of play in the Mexican market

04 June 2014 by Michael Washburn

Tania Ortiz Mena, vice president of external affairs and business development at Mexican energy leader IEnova speaks to Michael Washburn about Mexico’s vibrant and dynamic capital markets, competition and investment, energy, projects and infrastructure development.

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The breathtaking promise of Latin American energy

22 May 2014 by Michael Washburn

Jose Lau, senior counsel at Sempra International, speaks to Michael Washburn about energy and infrastructure reform and development in Latin America

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Promoting investment, driving development: the IDB’s role

22 May 2014 by Michael Washburn

Hans Schulz, vice president for the private sector and non-sovereign guaranteed operations at the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), speaks to Michael Washburn about the bank’s role in Latin America and the possibilities for developing the resource-rich region.

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Priming the pump: Mexico ends 75-year-old oil monopoly

21 May 2014 by Chris Cooper

As Mexico ends its state monopoly on oil and gas IFLR1000’s Chris Cooper looks at the arguments for and against reform and impact on the country’s legal market

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Deal round-up - March 2014

31 March 2014 by IFLR1000 reporters

IFLR1000's selection of the most important transactions from March 2014