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New York’s Chadbourne & Parke has announced it plans to open its first Latin American office in Mexico City and has hired five attorneys with experience across Latin America. Mark Rossell, who joins the New York office, concentrates on cross-border capital markets work. He has experience in privatizations and international securities offerings and compliance, as well as corporate restructurings, leverage financings and liability management transactions. Oliver Armas, a litigator and international arbitration practitioner, also joins the New York office. He has an extensive practice in U.S. and federal and state courts as well as before regulatory agencies. Boris Otto, a corporate lawyer, will be based in Mexico. He advises Mexican and foreign companies and financial institutions on all matters related to financial transactions, as well as on mergers and acquisitions, privatizations, restructurings, infrastructure projects and other issues. Luis Enrique Graham, a litigator and international arbitration practitioner, will also be based in Mexico. He has experience in complex civil and commercial litigation and alternative dispute resolution procedures, as well as bankruptcy-related matters in Mexico. Jose Antonio Chavez, a corporate finance lawyer, will join as a partner in the Mexican partnership and advise on all matters related to financial transactions. The Mexico City office is expected to open with about 20 attorneys. “The addition of these new partners to our Latin America practice and the opening of a Chadbourne office in Mexico provide on the ground presence to enhance our services to the firm’s extensive client base throughout Latin America,” Charles K. O’Neill, Chadbourne’s managing partner, said in a news release. Chadbourne & Parke has more than 400 lawyers.

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