Vázquez Tercero & Zepeda (VTZ), a Mexican Law firm, retained their «top-ranked» position in the International Trade / WTO Practice of the Chambers and Partners Latin America 2021 ranking, which was released today, September 3, 2020.
Mexican Law Firm With An Established International Trade and Customs practice in Mexico
Throughout more than eight years, our firm and lawyers have appeared in this important legal ranking and specialized practice. Consolidating itself more and more each day as one of the top and leading law firms in Mexico, VTZ is recognized for its international trade practice, especially anti-dumping investigations, as well as customs and maquiladora matters.
In addition, the Chambers and Partners Latin America 2021 includes the following review of our firm:
“Outstanding international trade outfit deeply respected for its prowess in anti-dumping investigations and countervailing duties. Boasts further expertise in customs compliance and verifications of origin. Continues to serve an impressive roster of domestic and international clients encompassing such sectors as metals, manufacturing and consumer goods. Remains a first port of call for clients from Asian markets exporting goods to the Mexican market.”Chambers and Partners Latin America 2021
Our Top Lawyers: Adrián Vázquez and Eduardo Zepeda
Also, Chambers recognizes outstanding individuals or lawyers of the Mexican Law firms per their areas of practice, such as International Trade and WTO Law. Our partners Adrián Vázquez and Eduardo Zepeda appear in Bands 1 and 4, respectively.
Furthermore, one source describes Adrián Vázquez as «[…] an experienced and highly sophisticated lawyer» and, «a key name in this area», and Chambers highlights that his expertise also encompasses advising clients on the impact of free trade agreements on their operations.
Regarding Eduardo Zepeda, Chambers mentions that a source points out that he is a lawyer “highly experienced in maquiladora matters”, and his advice is frequently sought out by clients in relation to customs matters.
The VTZ team is honored