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Mexico's fast-growing auto sector is becoming one of the largest in the world, generating business for law firms such as Hogan Lovells. (Photo: ProMexico)
Key Latin America Partners: Bruno Ciuffetelli, Juan Francisco Torres Landa and Jose Valdivia. (Photo: Hogan Lovells)
Wednesday, July 15, 2015
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Hogan Lovells Upbeat on Mexico, Latin America

Mexico, Brazil, Venezuela, Ecuador and Central America key markets for Hogan Lovells.


A year after its merger with Mexican law firm BSTL, Hogan Lovells is upbeat on both Mexico and Latin America.

“It is a very promising outlook, with a lot of new and exciting clients,” says Juan Francisco Torres Landa, the head of Hogan Lovells’ Mexico offices, about the outlook for the firm’s business there.

Meanwhile, firm executives are also upbeat on markets like Colombia, Ecuador and Central America, while continuing to do major work in countries like Brazil and Venezuela despite their economic problems.  

“The outlook for Latin America is very positive,” says Bruno Ciuffetelli, Co-Head of our Latin America practice.


Mexico is expected to play a key role in the firm’s Latin America business. In July last year, Hogan Lovells decided to merge with BSTL and form Hogan Lovells BSTL, becoming the first international law firm to merge with a large Mexican law firm.

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Keywords: AT&T, automotive, Brazil,  Central America, Colombia, Ecuador, energy, Guatemala, Hogan Lovells, Iusacell, Mexico, Nextel Mexico, PDVSA, telecommunications, Venezuela

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