Firm profile submitted by Woodhouse Lorente Ludlow SC
Partners: Derek Woodhouse, Enrique Lorente Ludlow
Number of other attorneys: 20
Languages: Spanish, English
Energy: Derek Woodhouse, Luis Fernández
Projects/Infrastructure: Enrique Lorente, Marcia Santomé
Real Estate: Enrique Lorente Ludlow, César Lechuga
Environmental Law & Climate Change: Gabriela Merla
Corporate: Enrique Lorente Ludlow, Giancarlo Schievenini
Administrative: Derek Woodhouse, Sabin Iñaki Egaña
WLL is a law firm comprised of a team of specialists with ample experience in energy, projects/infrastructure, real estate, project finance, corporate law, administrative law and climate change. WLL works as CMS Cameron McKenna’s local office in Mexico. CMS is the leading global law firm in the energy and projects sectors, the 6th largest law firm globally, with over 1,000 partners and 5,000 lawyers in 70 offices across 39 countries. WLL is primarily known for its participation in large scale and innovative projects, whether advising government agencies on the design and implementation of new legal and regulatory frameworks; advising sponsors and other developers on the promotion, participation and development of pathfinder projects, or advising lenders and other investors on the financing and long-term compliance of those projects.
CLIENTS: Mexican Federal Government (Energy Ministry, Public Security Ministry, Communications and Transport Ministry, Treasury Ministry), local governments (Aguascalientes, Campeche, Chiapas, Guanajuato, Guerrero, Jalisco, Mexico City, Quintana Roo, Oaxaca, Tamaulipas, Veracruz, Zacatecas), multilateral agencies (World Bank, Inter-American Development Bank, USAID, FIDESUR), financial institutions (Aareal Bank, Banco del Bajío, BANOBRAS, Dexia, Deka Investment, Interacciones, Multiva, Nafin), construction companies (Grupo Tradeco, Grupo INDI, Idinsa, Aldesa, CEMEX, ICA) and other developers (ADO, ALSTOM, Arendal, Ascendi de México, ACS Industrial USA, B2E, Cinépolis, Cobra Instalaciones México, Duro Felguera, EDF, Element Power, Enel, Engie E&P International, Eosol, Fastgas, Grupo O’Donell de México, Iberdrola I&C, Intergen, Invertierra, La Cosmopolitana, Más Energía (Mexican subsidiary of Bondia Energia Ltda), Mexican Association for Wind Power, Mexico Power Group, Mota-Engil, ORCA, Pemex, PepsiCo, Renovare, Sacyr, Savills, Sempra Energy (Ienova), Solar Century, Spanish Power, T-Solar/Isolux, WaterCapital, Zuma Energía).