U.S. and Mexico Sign Bilateral Agreement to Promote Stability of Interconnected Power Grid
In addition, he counsels on real estate matters involving traditional land acquisitions, complex long-term lease structures and large scale project development. Rodrigo also has significant experience representing multinationals in government contracting processes throughout Latin America.
Rodrigo is licensed to practice in Mexico, New York, and Texas. A native Spanish speaker also fluent in English, Rodrigo has experience and training from both the United States and Mexico.
Rodrigo has lectured and is frequently quoted on the recent legislative overhaul of the Mexico energy sector, which ended the state oil monopoly and provides ample opportunity for U.S. and foreign private investment in the industry. He served as the assistant secretary for the Mexican Businessmen Board of Houston from 2010 through 2015, and sat on the board of directors for the Houston Hispanic Bar Association in 2008 and 2009.
Rodrigo has written several articles, including “The Future of Private Equity in Mexico,” which was published by Latin Lawyer in May 2007.
He was also recently quoted in Law360 in the article "5 Survival Tips For The Globe-Trotting Lawyer" in June 2016, providing his point of view on how to deal with complexity in cross border practices.
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