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Doing Business in Mexico: What You Need to Know

 

Gain a better understanding on how to assess and handle the information provided to move forward safely and knowing what to expect under a foreign legal system.

Investing in a foreign jurisdiction can be challenging and there are many aspects and sides to be considered before deciding to set up operations, invest, or become involved with business operation or transaction that includes Mexican assets or entities. This information helps the persons deciding to invest, do business or work in Mexico to understand how the system works, what needs to be considered and how to assess and handle the information provided to move forward safely and knowing the what to expect under this foreign legal system. The information also explains the most recent changes to the laws in Mexico. Failing to have proper advice and understanding of the system can cause issues and make it hard to work in Mexico. This topic is important for anyone that has clients or is doing or intending to do business in Mexico directly or indirectly.

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Laura M. Nava

Laura M. Nava

Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP

  • Attorney at Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton, LLP
  • Practice focuses on assisting clients with Mexican trade, financing and investment transactions
  • Admitted to practice law in Mexico and registered as a foreign legal consultant with the State Bar of California for advice on Mexican law
  • Practiced law in Mexico from 1989-1996, as in-house corporate counsel for a Mexican company and in Tijuana, Mexico, as an associate for a corporate law firm, working primarily in the areas of corporate law, real estate law, labor law and foreign investment
  • Member of U.S. Mexico Bar Association, Institute of the Americas and Phi Delta Phi
  • Licensed in New York
  • Acts as mediator in cross-border disputes and matters involving Latin-American individuals and entities
  • LL.M. degree, University of San Diego; J.D. degree, Universidad de Monterrey
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