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Three tax partners join DLA Piper in Mexico

04 August 2017

Natalie Leonidou

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DLA Piper has appointed three tax partners in its Mexico City office.

Ramiro González-Luna, Luis Carlos Moreno and Diego Armida, who are widely recognised in the Mexican business legal arena, join DLA Piper with nine associates, increasing the size of the Mexico City office to nearly 30 lawyers. Their previous firm, González Luna, Moreno y Armida, SC, was fully integrated into DLA Piper Gallástegui y Lozano.

González-Luna specialises in tax advice and consultancy, mainly focusing on corporate and international tax matters. He has a strong transactional experience, and has previously served in several high-ranking positions within the Mexican Ministry of Finance and Public Credit. 

Moreno has extensive experience in customs, foreign trade, corporate and international tax matters, and he also held senior positions within the Mexican Ministry of Finance and Public Credit.

Armida practices exclusively in tax controversies, and has also worked at the Mexican Ministry of Finance and Public Credit. 

DIEGO ARMIDA-DLA Piper  RAMIRO GONZALEZ LUNA-DLA Piper  LUIS CARLOS MORENO_DLA Piper






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