LACCA is comprised of leading in-house counsel in Latin America. Hunt will be featured on the organization’s 2023 list of approved external counsel, which is based on months of research drawn from LACCA members’ votes and referrals. Hunt has been on the approved counsel list since 2015.
Hunt has more than 35 years of experience in international and domestic transactions, focused primarily on the energy industry, along with others. He has represented international and domestic energy and telecommunications companies and service providers, project developers, financial institutions, and domestic and foreign investors in various projects in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, South America, China, Southeast Asia, West Africa, and the Former Soviet Union. He is currently located in the firm’s Mexico City office and is intimately involved with the Mexican energy reform. He has handled a variety of oil and gas exploration and production transactions, agreements, and bids, as well as pipeline transactions, bids, and contracts.
Haynes Boone has one of the largest Latin American/Caribbean practices among the AmLaw 100 law firms, with approximately 70 lawyers serving clients from the firm’s Dallas, Houston, Mexico City, New York, London, Washington D.C., and Austin offices. Operating in Mexico City with its affiliate, Haynes and Boone, SC, which has been serving clients in both Mexico and the U.S. for 25 years. Its fully bilingual and bi-cultural Mexico City office has legal professionals licensed in both Mexico and the U.S. and trained in both legal systems.
Haynes Boone was ranked as one of the top international law firms in Latin America in 2022 by Latinvex.