VTZ Leading International Trade Law Firm - Chambers
Vazquez Tercero & Zepeda (VTZ) was ranked as a band 1 Mexican law firm in International Trade / WTO by the Chambers and Partners Latin America 2023 ranking, published today August 26th, 2022.
Leading Mexican Law Firm in International Trade / WTO
For more than ten consecutive years, Chambers has recognized VTZ as a top-ranked law firm in the International Trade / WTO Practice.
Chambers and Partners Latin America 2023 review our firm as follows:
“Vázquez Tercero & Zepeda is deeply respected for its prowess in anti-dumping investigations and countervailing duties. The Mexico City-based team boasts further expertise in customs compliance and verifications of origin. The international trade practice group continues to serve an impressive roster of domestic and international clients encompassing such sectors as metals, manufacturing and consumer goods. Vázquez Tercero & Zepeda remains a first port of call for clients from Asian markets exporting goods to the Mexican market.”
Chambers and Partners
Equally important for us is our clients’ opinions which described us as:
Top Lawyers: Adrian Vazquez and Eduardo Zepeda
This year, Chambers and Partners Latin America 2023 also distinguished two of our lawyers for their outstanding performance and experience in the international trade and customs practice.
Frontrunning partner Adrián Vázquez co-heads the firm’s department boasting a longstanding track record in the Mexican international trade space. He frequently advises clients on the impact of free trade agreements on their operations in Mexico. «Adrián Vázquez has an impressive experience and expertise in dealing with trade remedy cases,» a market observer declares. Another commentator adds: «Adrián Vázquez is very professional in his work, very easy to work with and available. A very good lawyer.»
Department co-head Eduardo Zepeda is regularly sought out by clients in relation to customs matters. The lawyer also benefits from experience assisting clients with maquiladora matters in Mexico.