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Greenberg Traurig Adds Two Shareholders to Mexico City Office
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Summary: Greenberg Traurig has announced that two new shareholders have been added to the firm’s office in Mexico City. 

Greenberg Traurig LLP announced this week that that Jose Raz Guzman and Miguel Moises joined the firm as shareholders in Mexico City, according to a press release.

  
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Four other associates and four law clerks also joined the firm in Mexico City. Guzman will work as the Managing Shareholder of the office and will work with the founding shareholders of the Mexico City office.

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Richard A. Rosenbaum, CEO of the firm, said, “When we launched the Mexico City office in 2011, our vision was to build an office based upon Greenberg Traurig’s unique platform and culture. It was a challenge that has been successfully met by our Mexico City team under the leadership of Luis Rubio Barnetche, who will continue to serve as Chairman of the Mexico City office, and Juan Manuel Gonzalez, a key member of our Global Infrastructure practice, who will continue to lead our award-winning infrastructure practice in Mexico. With the addition of José Raz Guzmán, who is a highly distinguished attorney with a sterling reputation for excellence, client service and legal leadership, we build upon these achievements.”

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Guzman said, “I am impressed by Greenberg Traurig´s strong global platform, dynamic leadership team and vision for the further development of the Firm’s Mexico practice. Our expertise in banking and finance, capital markets, mergers and acquisitions and real estate will further enhance the Firm’s ability to serve clients in Mexico City.”



Guzman earned his law degree from Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico and his LL.M. from the University of Virginia.

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Moises earned his law degree from Escuela Libre de Derecho and an LL.M. from the University of Chicago.

Patricia Menéndez-Cambó, the vice president and chair of the Global Practice Group, said, “The integration of this team into the Firm’s Latin American and Iberian Practice is part of our growth and development strategy for the region, which we have been implementing with the addition of lead attorneys to enhance the depth of resources for the practice. We are certain that these new professionals will enrich our Firm’s multidisciplinary platform and focus.”

The office in Mexico City has close to 60 lawyers.

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