G. ILIAN MENDOZA TIRADO, LIC.
Admitted in Mexico (Representation solely in Mexico)
Lic. Mendoza, a native of Mexico from Mexico City, D.F., is an attorney licensed to practice law in Mexico since 1994. Lic. Mendoza received her Licentiate in Law Degree (Licenciatura en Derecho) graduating with Distinction (Excelencia Académica) from the Universidad Del Valle de Mexico, Campus Lomas Verdes, in Mexico.
After passing the professional exam of Mexico for attorneys with Honors (Mención Honorífica), the Dirección General de Profesiones and the Secretaría de Educación Pública granted Lic. Mendoza the Cédula Profesional to practice as Licenciado en Derecho before all courts in Mexico. Accordingly, Lic. Mendoza is licensed to practice before all of the Tribunales Federales and Estatales throughout Mexico, including those of the Distrito Federal, the Juzgados de Cuantía Menor, Juzgados de Paz, Juzgados de Primera Instancia, Tribunal Fiscal de la Federación, Salas de Apelación, Juzgados de Distrito, Tribunales Unitarios y Colegiados de Circuito, and before the Federal Suprema Corte de Justicia de la Nación.
Lic. Mendoza represents clients in all aspects of international commercial and corporate law matters relating to foreign companies and businesspersons investing and doing business in Mexico, including but not limited to general commercial and corporate transactions, international mergers and acquisitions, Joint-Ventures, the establishment of corporations, limited liability companies, and other business entities in Mexico and Latin America, negotiating and drafting complex commercial agreements in Spanish and English throughout Latin America, and generally, representing clients through complex negotiations and transactions in Spanish and English throughout Latin America.
Lic. Mendoza also represents clients in the areas of Mexican real estate law, Mexican immigration law, Mexican labor law, import-export issues, and general commercial litigation in Mexico.
Lic. Mendoza’s practice has also involved representing clients before several administrative agencies and offices of the federal, state and local governments of Mexico, including Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público, Instituto Nacional de Migración and its Delegaciones Regionales, Secretaría de Economía, Dirección General de Normas, Registro Público de la Propiedad y del Comercio, Procuraduría Federal del Consumidor (PROFECO), Instituto Mexicano de la Propiedad Industrial (IMPI) and Juntas Locales y Federales de Conciliación y Arbitraje.