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Hogan Lovells Combines with Mexican Law Firm
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Hogan Lovells announced Monday via a press release that it will combine with Mexican firm Barrera, Siqueiros y Torres Landa (BSTL). The firm has offices in Mexico City and Monterrey, which marks the 46th and 47th offices for Hogan Lovells.

The merger will take effect on August 1, 2014 and Hogan Lovells will operate in Mexico as Hogan Lovells BSTL.

  
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“2013 ushered in sweeping structural reforms for Mexico, which could unlock major potential for investors and companies in a broad range of industries that are looking to capitalize on the current environment,” said Hogan Lovells CEO Steve Immelt. “Hogan Lovells understands the potential Mexico offers for our global clients and knows it is important to have full service capabilities on the ground in this region. BSTL is a firm with 65 years of history sharing our values, quality and international outlook, making them the perfect addition to our leading Latin America practice.”

According to the release, the main practice areas of BSTL include the following: corporate and commercial, litigation, competition, real estate, automotive, energy, financial institutions, life sciences and transportation.

BSTL co-managing partner Juan Francisco Torres Landa said, “Both Hogan Lovells and Barrera, Siqueiros y Torres Landa are prominent firms in their markets with high-quality lawyers and practices. The combination ensures that we continue offering our clients outstanding legal services on a truly global platform.”

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