Our associate, Emilio Arteaga, reviews Mexico’s trade remedy system, in particular, antidumping duties, as well as trade developments in 2018.
In the video, our associate provides historic figures regarding investigations, antidumping duties, protected industries, and targeted countries. Also, our associate reviews Mexico’s practice regarding whether China qualifies as a Market Economy or Non-Market Economy in antidumping proceedings is addressed.
On December 5, 2018, Best Lawyers, an influential lawyer ranking service in the world, announced the “Firm Award in Mexico”, in conjunction with the 10th Edition of The Best Lawyers in Mexico, in which our Managing Partner, Adrián Vázquez, and our Partner Eduardo Zepeda are recognized as the Best Mexican Lawyers in Trade Law practice. This publication awarded 12 law firms in 14 different practice areas, such as competition, intellectual property, among others.
We are proud to inform that our firm, VTZ, is recognized as the Mexican “Law Firm of the Year” in Trade Law. In VTZ, we are humbled and thank our clients that have stored their trust in us and our services. VTZ congratulates all of its team members because the results, recognition, and awards are not be possible without their hard work and professionalism.
This award encourages us to continue striving to provide top-notch legal services in international trade law matters with the sole purpose of supporting our client’s businesses.
To see the Press Release, please click here: Press Release – “Law Firm of the Year”
Trusted international law ranking agency, Who’s Who Legal, issued its “Trade & Customs 2018: Analysis“, in which it lists the world’s top trade and customs practitioners from over 45 countries.
Peers in the Mexico, the USA and Europe laud Adrián Vázquez at Vazquez Tercero & Zepeda as a “leader in this area, with really deep legal knowledge”. His expertise lies in trade remedy investigations and intentional trade matters.
After knowing about this recognition, Adrian Vázquez said that is was an honor to appear in the 2018 Who’s Who legal research in Trade & Customs.
Late night Sunday, an agreement was reached by the United States and Canada, alongside Mexico, regarding the modernization of the North America Free Trade Agreement, which will now be called the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).
The USMCA text was published yesterday. You can access the text of this free trade agreement through the following link of the United States Trade Representative website: USTR – USMCA
USMCA is composed of 34 chapters, 12 more than the original NAFTA. VTZ will prepare a working paper about this new deal, which should be available in the upcoming days. Please let us know, through an email, if you would like to receive it.
A group of Trade Law Experts from the Mexican Trade Law Bar, including our partner Adrian Vázquez, issued the following statement about: Why Should We Keep Chapter 19 of the NAFTA?
Our Managing Partner, Adrian Vázquez is listed as leading lawyers. Furthermore, the Legal 500 recommends other five VTZ members, Eduardo Zepeda, Eduardo González Espinosa, Verónica Vázquez Bravo, Emilio Arteaga Vázquez and Hector Vázquez-Tercero. We are proud of all of our members and this result.
We invite you to visit the guide in the following link: The Legal 500 – IT&C – Mexico
The publication “Expert Guides”, one the most trusted resources for international buyers of legal services, issued its best lawyers list on the International Trade Practice in Mexico.
Our Managing Partner, Adrián Vázquez Benítez, was recognized as “Best of the best“.
In VTZ, we are proud of our Managing Partner for this recognization.
More information: Expert Guides Mexico
Today, the Mexican Ministry of Economy initiated an antidumping investigation on aluminum foil in coil (Official Gazette). Below please find a summary of the main aspects of this investigation:
For information regarding the Chinese exporters listed in the Notice of Initiation, please access the following document:VTZ – Antidumping Investigation from Aluminum from China
A day like today, but in 1973, Héctor Vázquez Tercero founded Vázquez Tercero y Asociados, so we are celebrating our 45th anniversary.
While at its onset the firm focused on industrial policy, investment, and trade-control matters, it later shifted its practice exclusively to international trade matters when Mexico began opening its economy in the mid-80’s.
In Chambers and Partners‘ Latin American 2019 Guide, Vázquez Tercero & Zepeda (VTZ) is listed in Band 1 in the International Trade/WTO Law practice in Mexico. For the past six years, VTZ has established itself as a leading law firm within this ranking.
This guide highlights VTZs’ work in the international trade practice, advising companies, local and multinational, in a wide array of matters, from antidumping investigations to maquiladora (IMMEX) industry.
In addition, two VTZ partners are listed as leading lawyers and individuals in the field of International Trade/WTO Law: