Hang Kuchen, Sporleder & Rodriguez Morales allies with Mexico’s Urbina y Urbina
Argentine law firm Hang Kuchen, Sporleder & Rodriguez Morales has announced that it has entered into a strategic alliance with the Mexico City-based law firm Urbina y Urbina Abogados.
The main aim of the alliance is to provide comprehensive international legal assistance to companies and entrepreneurs in Argentina and Mexico, the Argentine firm, which is headquartered in Buenos Aires, said in a statement.
"Enrique and his partners share a long-term vision, values, and professional culture with which we fully identify," co-managing partner of Hang Kuchen, Sporleder & Rodriguez, Manfred Hang Kuchen, said.
“We are currently working on the development of multiple synergies, focusing on the soft landing of Argentine companies in Mexico and Mexican companies in Argentina,” the firm said.
The comprehensive advice includes the participation of professionals from both firms in their respective practice areas, such as: corporate and corporate law, litigation and dispute resolution, labor law, immigration law, tax and foreign trade, public and administrative law, telecommunications, media and technology, among others, it added.
For his part, Hang Kuchen, Sporleder & Rodriguez Morales’ co-managing partner Guillermo Sporleder said: "We trust in the experience and knowledge of the Mexican legal market of Urbina & Urbina Abogados", while co-founding partner Sebastian Rodriguez Morales highlighted "the commitment and quality of the team" of the Mexican firm.
Hang Kuchen, Sporleder & Rodriguez Morales is a legal services firm that offers quality advice, with a particular focus on efficiency, professionalism and ethics, by taking advantage of technological advances without neglecting the personal touch, and by cultivating collaborative thinking, according to the firm’s website.
For its part, Urbina y Urbina is a firm born out of the integration of lawyers from different cities and countries, with specialties and experience in various areas of law, and who are also
specialists in the soft landing of foreign companies in Mexico. The firm has more than 20 years of experience advising entrepreneurs from various regions of the world, according to the firm’s website.
In addition to Mexico City, the firm also has offices in the northern Mexican city of Monterrey, in San Antonio, Texas, and in Buenos Aires.
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