The firm’s practice areas have expanded from an original emphasis on manufacturing industries, to now include automotive, agriculture, antitrust, banking, corporate and securities, energy, customs and foreign trade, environmental, insurance, intellectual property, labor, real estate, tax, transportation, litigation, cross-border dispute resolution, and mergers and acquisitions. The firm’s practice areas will broaden as business and economic activity in Texas, Mexico and the NAFTA region continue to integrate.
We specialize in helping global clients navigate the world of business law throughout the United States and Mexico.
The firm has a broad-based civil litigation practice in Mexico and Texas, representing clients in a wide variety of civil, administrative and labor litigation matters, including amparos.
The firm’s U.S. Law Practice Group is comprised of attorneys with decades of experience representing U.S. and international clients.
The firm maintains complete labor law resources throughout its offices to advise clients on Mexican labor law.
In an era in which global security of the supply chain is a primary concern, international trade and customs legislation and procedures have taken on a new significance and complexity.
CCN’s attorneys regularly assist clients with intellectual property and technology issues. Clients manufacturing or selling goods in Mexico turn to the firm for advice on how to protect their intellectual property rights and technology.
The constantly changing nature of Mexican insurance law and regulations make this area of the law one of the most specialized and demanding.
CCN has experienced attorneys who are licensed in Mexico and who possess extensive knowledge of Mexican law and the Mexican legal system at all levels of Mexican courts and governmental agencies.
Industrial, commercial, residential and other foreign direct investment projects often involve environmental issues. CCN’s attorneys and professionals have many years of experience representing clients in environmental projects in Mexico.
Since its founding, the firm developed its energy practice by advising clients on certain aspects of the sector that were originally opened to private investment, such as generation of electricity for self-supply and gas pipeline transportation, as well as energy access matters for industrial consumers.
The firm’s attorneys have worked with clients on a wide variety of corporate projects in both the United States and Mexico. CCN has a long history of involvement with cross-border and multi-jurisdictional mergers, acquisitions, spin-offs, reorganizations, consolidations and related corporate issues.
The firm is experienced in working with clients involved in distressed financial situations requiring bankruptcy proceedings and/or corporate restructuring.
The banking and finance sector in both Mexico and Texas has undergone tremendous growth and change since the passage of NAFTA. CCN represents many banks and credit institutions on a variety of matters.
A substantial part of CCN’s practice involves representing automotive and auto-parts industry clients, particularly in Mexico. Mexico’s automotive industry is subject to laws, regulations and standards.
CCN attorneys are constantly analyzing antitrust threshold, substantial control over the relevant market and identify of economic agents and barriers to entry in the market issues in order to prepare the appropriate antitrust filings in such a manner as to ensure the highest chance of approval possible.
CCN has a wide ranging experience working with investors from the United States, Mexico and elsewhere in Mexican agriculture, ranching and hunting projects.
We specialize in advising global clients with expert legal advice throughout the United States and Mexico.