White & Case, a global law firm, was founded in New York in 1901. Today, it has presence in 43 offices in 26 countries, including the United States, Mexico, Brazil, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. The electronic infrastructure and international experience allows the firm to render legal services in complex business and legal issues promptly and efficiently. Our clients include a number of public and privately held commercial businesses and financial institutions, as well as governments and state-owned entities.
White & Case is distinguished by the depth and scope of its legal advisory services, particularly in providing services to and in developing or emerging countries. The firm’s lawyers have decades of experience in multijurisdictional issues in numerous legal systems as well as in transitional economic and political systems. Consequently, we are known for unusual effectiveness in assisting clients to accomplish their objectives in environments others find daunting and unfamiliar.
Our knowledge, like our clients’ interests, transcends geographic boundaries. All of our clients have access to the expertise of our lawyers, wherever they are based. Being a single partnership, White & Case functions as an integrated team. Our lawyers are linked by constant interaction and an electronic infrastructure that allows us to bring the firm’s wealth of experience and all of its global resources to bear on our clients’ most demanding business and legal issues promptly and efficiently.
Opened in 1991, the professional staff in the Mexico City office includes more than 70 Mexican and US-trained lawyers, a number of whom are admitted to the New York State Bar or to the bar of another US state. Our lawyers have substantial experience in a variety of practice areas, including banking and financial services; securities, capital markets and corporate finance; debt restructuring; privatisation; joint ventures and corporate acquisitions; energy, mining and infrastructure project finance; and real estate, hospitality and housing developments, among others.