TMT 2019

Last Updated: 13 June 2019

TMT 2019 - Comparisons

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Last Updated: 13 June 2019

Contributors:
Ruiz Moreno & Asociados
(Law and Practice)

Holland & Knight
(Trends and Developments)


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Contributors:
Ruiz Moreno & Asociados
(Law and Practice)

Holland & Knight
(Trends and Developments)


About the contributors:
Ruiz Moreno & Asociados

is a law firm specialised in the provision of personalised and high-quality legal services for the attention of complex and day-to-day corporate, regulatory and commercial matters. The law firm represents clients in every service within the telecommunications and broadcast sectors, including several ... of the major domestic and international telecommunications, media and technology companies in Mexico, as well as clients in the energy sector and other regulated industries. Throughout its history, RM&A has represented domestic and international clients in their entry into the Mexican TMT market, including matters such as licensing, access to services and infrastructure, interconnection, infrastructure deployment and complex regulatory matters as well as corporate and asset restructurings, antitrust filings, financings and mergers and acquisitions.


Holland & Knight

has served as lead counsel in major transactions that have shaped the telecommunications market in Mexico, particularly the mobile and satellite industries. The firm has helped to develop public policy concerning infrastructure deployment, government procurement in the industry, efficient use of ... radio frequency bands and competition matters. Holland & Knight's Mexico City office represents multinational technology, telecommunications, internet and media companies, wireline and wirelines operators, satellite network operators, broadcasters, mobile virtual network operators and media content providers in licensing and regulatory matters, sector-specific foreign investment, data privacy, consumer protection, corporate and competition issues. The firm has about 110 lawyers and policy advisers across the country with deep technology-sector domain experience. The firm founded HKLab, a unique team of lawyers who double as a software development group within a major law firm, to fill a critical need for technology companies: lawyers who code.