Member Firm Profile

Garcia-Mingo Tejedo, S.C.

Firm Profile

Address:

Garcia-Mingo Tejedo, S.C.
Paseo de Los Tamarindos 400B Fl.27
Bosques de las Lomas
05120 Ciudad de México, CDMX

Phone: +52 (55) 4747 0501

Firm Size:

7 Lawyers

Primary Contact:

Juan Tejedo
juan.tejedo@gmt.mx

Attorneys Admitted to Practice In:

Mexico

Firm Description

Our focus on teamwork where we capitalize on shared experience and learn from others, allows us to provide the highest quality services to resolve the problems of our clients efficiently.

The team’s main expertise relates to mergers & acquisitions, corporate, commercial and labor and employment law matters. It has extensive experience in several other industries.

To learn more, visit http://www.gmt.mx/en/home/.

Firm Representatives

Alfonso García-Mingo specializes in Mergers & Acquisitions and Corporate and Commercial Law. Mr. García-Mingo actively represents a variety of foreign and domestic companies, including private equity firms, and advises in the areas of acquisitions, dispositions, reorganizations, secured financing, joint ventures and distribution arrangements, often encompassing multiple jurisdictions. He is experienced in the areas of business, mining, tax, foreign investment and labor law. Mr. García-Mingo was responsible for the preparation of the Mexican Section for the Project in Corporate Law under the rule of John G. Ruggie as Special Representative of the General Secretary of the United Nations for the Business and Human Rights.

Juan Tejedo M. actively represents companies in general consulting issues such as hiring and employee’s dismissal, employee transfers as a consequence of the purchases and sales of assets and mergers, as well as inspections work implemented by authorities. Also, his practice involves representing companies in disputes related to labor claims filed by workers from unfair dismissals. On conflicts of a collective nature, he has extensive experience in addressing issues related to the negotiation of conclusion in regards to collective bargaining agreements, strike calls by unions and promoted claims of ownership of collective labor contracts.