Haynes and Boone, LLP has been ranked as one of the top international law firms doing business in Latin America by Latinvex, publisher of daily news and weekly analysis on Latin American business.
Haynes and Boone was named the top firm in Aviation and Real Estate and was ranked highly in four other practices:
- Banking and Finance
The firm improved its rankings in the Trade, Banking & Finance, and Corporate/M&A practice areas in 2021.
The editorial and research staff of Latinvex ranks the top international law firms in Latin America, both overall and in 17 subcategories. The 2021 listing is based on a combination of factors, including value, prominence and scope of work, and references among clients and peers.
“This ranking is a testament to the fact that corporate clients in a range of industries seek us out to handle complex transactions in Latin America,” said Alberto de la Peña, head of the firm’s Mexico and International practice groups. “We are honored to again be recognized as one of the top law firms in Latin America.”
Haynes and Boone has one of the largest Latin American/Caribbean practices among the AmLaw 100 law firms, with approximately 60 lawyers serving clients from our Dallas, Houston, Mexico City, New York, London, Washington. D.C., and Austin offices. Many of our lawyers are native speakers or fluent in both English and Spanish and are comfortable working with civil law and international law concepts. The firm is experienced in virtually all Latin American and Caribbean markets. Our lawyers have helped clients navigate and complete some of the most ambitious and challenging projects involving transportation, real estate, infrastructure and energy.
Haynes and Boone, SC, the firm’s fully-integrated Mexico City office, was formed in 1994, with lawyers advising on Mexican Law. The firm is unique in having permanent senior Mexican lawyers based in its U.S. offices and conversely having an American expatriate working in its Mexico City office, thereby providing integrated working teams from both its U.S. and Mexican platforms.