Mexican law firm Mijares, Angoitia, Cortés y Fuentes has recruited two new partners to its tax practice, who join the firm from EY México and bring with them a team of six associates. These moves bring the partner count to 19, in addition to four of counsel and more than 100 lawyers.
The new partners are Nora Morales Rodríguez and Enrique Ramírez Figueroa.
Morales has more than 20 years’ experience in controversy and tax litigation, focusing on transfer pricing, benefits in the application of international treaties and the energy sector. She has been a legal and tax advisor to companies in various sectors such as energy, automotive and consumer products, among others.
Ramírez has more than 30 years’ experience in tax practice, with a focus on consulting, controversy and litigation. He has represented some of Mexico’s largest companies in their negotiations of agreements and resolution of disputes with the tax authorities.
The firm’s tax practice, headed by Manuel Tamez for more than 15 years, has three partners and 11 lawyers.