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Overview

Clyde & Co and Garza Tello merged in the summer of 2017, expanding Clyde & Co’s reach into Latin America with the addition an office in Mexico City and a satellite presence in Ciudad del Carmen.

Garza Tello-Clyde & Co Mexico provides advice to clients across our core sectors, in particular energy, shipping, aviation and insurance. The office builds on our 25-year presence in Latin America, working with our Latin American desks in London, Madrid and Miami and New York, which include Spanish and Portuguese-speaking lawyers, many of whom are dual-qualified.

The Mexican office has strong disputes, corporate, commercial, regulatory and trial capabilities across its core sectors. It is used by its clients as counsel for the wider Central American region and has well-established links with energy, marine and insurance firms in Latin America.  

The energy team is the firm of choice for many international clients looking to expand into the newly deregulated energy market in Mexico, advising on offshore international public tenders, contracts with private and state owned companies, licences and permits required to perform offshore activities in Mexico as well as offshore contract litigation.

The insurance team covers a wide range of work for leading domestic and foreign (re)insurers across all business lines, including general liability, product liability, D&O, E&O and professional liability. We are one of the few firms in Mexico with the experience and know-how to professionally attend to a wide range of claims, regardless of the insurance/reinsurance area and quantum.

The practice has the biggest casualty emergency response and maritime team in Mexico, which is supported by Clyde & Co’s global marine practice. We are able to offer full legal advice following marine casualties such as collisions, groundings, pollution and environmental damage, fire/explosion, death and personal injury, salvage, wreck removal and towage, general average, damage to fixed and floating offshore installations and ship arrest.