We represent individuals and companies from a wide breadth of businesses and industries. We have participated in transactional law matters, corporate conflicts, financial restructuring processes and the largest bankruptcy cases in Mexico, with innovative solutions. Our reputable and prestigious lawyers have years of experience in corporate law, bankruptcy law, transactional law, and litigation. Our client base includes world-class companies, individuals, and small businesses. We match our specialists to each case and type of service requested.
He represents and provides legal advice to national and multinational clients in a broad range of transactional matters, providing legal advice in the areas of corporate, finance and commercial law, including reorganizations, restructurings and work-outs, bankruptcy and cross-border insolvency procedures (concursos), sale & acquisition of distressed assets and securities, corporate finance, mergers & acquisitions, foreign investment, joint ventures, infrastructure and real estate. He was selected by Latin Lawyer as one of Mexico’s top lawyers and by The International Who's Who of Insolvency & Restructuring Lawyers as one of the world's pre-eminent insolvency & restructuring lawyers. Mr. Sainz was also appointed by Chambers and Partners as one of Mexico’s premier insolvency and restructuring lawyers. Chambers quoted that he “has a solid grounding in M&A work and is active in some of the major restructurings underway in Mexico”.
Manuel is a partner with significant experience in commercial and domestic and cross-border insolvency litigation, as well as in alternative dispute resolution, particularly arbitration. He has represented national and international clients in all levels of the judicial system, both, federal and local, also in national and international courts of arbitration, and in federal and local administrative courts. He is a Member of the International Bar Association and the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, London. Professor of law at Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM).
Santiago has significant experience in commercial, corporate, corporate finance, bankruptcy and cross-border insolvency procedures, as well as corporate reorganizations, in-court and out-of-court restructurings and work-outs, mergers & acquisitions, sale and purchase of distressed assets and securities, corporate and shareholders’ disputes, real estate law, corporate finance, foreign investment, joint ventures, infrastructure, mining law and aviation law. He also advice several domestic and foreign airlines on issues related to aviation law and regulation in Mexico.