Demand for legal advice related to near-shoring is creating an avalanche of work for Mexican lawyers who are guiding investors through the intricacies of securing land, permits, labor, tax and other necessities for setting up shop in Mexico.

Global law firms such as Baker McKenzie and Hogan Lovells, which boast full-service teams in the country, are flush with inquiries. Leading Mexican firms are also getting lots of requests for assistance, as more work floods in. 

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