Hogan Lovells Bolsters Monterrey Office with Experienced Litigator Alejandro Garcia
07 December 2015
MONTERREY, MEXICO, 7 December 2015 – Hogan Lovells BSTL announced today that Alejandro Garcia has joined the firm’s Monterrey office as a partner in the Litigation and Arbitration practice.
Garcia’s practice is focused on commercial, civil, and administrative litigation. He represents clients in a variety of industry sectors including manufacturing, energy, and natural resources. Garcia also advises clients on corporate matters involving commercial transactions, primarily in the real estate sector.
“Alejandro is one of the most renowned litigation practitioners in Northeast Mexico, and has represented some of the largest enterprises in the region across a broad industry spectrum,” said Juan Francisco Torres Landa, Managing Partner of Hogan Lovells BSTL. “His experience and character make Alejandro the best candidate to lead our litigation practice in Monterrey.”
Prior to joining Hogan Lovells, Garcia was a member of Paramo, Fernandez, Najera y Rodarte for the last 20 years, where he served as a partner for the last 10 years.
In a joint statement made by the three resident partners of the Monterrey office, Guillermo Gonzalez-Frankenberger, M. Jorge Yañez V., and Rene Arce Lozano declared:
“In our continuous task of making our Monterrey Office stronger during the past 10 plus years, we found in Alejandro the best fit for our clients and our team due to his excellent human and professional profile, his ties with the Monterrey business community, and high ethical standards.”
“Alejandro will enhance our litigation capabilities, strengthen our position as a full service firm, and allow us to expand our reach with international and local clients in Monterrey,” added Michael Davison, Head of Litigation and Arbitration at Hogan Lovells. “His skills as a litigator, in addition to his outstanding ethics and character, make him a natural fit to serve as an effective leader who will drive and enhance our existing capabilities as a formidable international Litigation and Arbitration practice in Mexico.”
Garcia earned his J.D. from Facultad Libre de Derecho de Monterrey.