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Corporate / M&A

At CMS Woodhouse Lorente Ludlow we have knowledge of the challenges that you might face in the normal development of your business as well as in complex operations in Mexico and the Latin American region.

We have vast experience advising national and multinational clients on mergers and acquisitions, corporate structuring, assistance in day-to-day activities, implementation of business relationships, drafting and negotiation of business contracts, such as distribution, licensing, franchising, agency and joint venture agreements.

Our Firm provides advice to potential buyers or sellers in merger and acquisition operations. The Firm has supported negotiations for the drafting of non-disclosure agreements, memorandums of understanding, due diligence processes, share purchase agreements and shareholder agreements, among others. We also provide support in all of our areas of practice and sectors such as banking, consumer products, energy, infrastructure, real estate and construction, hotels and leisure, technology and media enabling us to recognise the unique features of each operation and provide time and cost saving contextualised advice whilst also identifying and preventing any related risks.

We offer personalised solutions to all clients whether they are large listed companies or small private entities, advising on areas such as M&A, venture capital, outsourcing, capital markets, group restructuring and privatization.


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01/06/2022
CMS Next
What’s next? In a world of ever-ac­cel­er­at­ing change, stay­ing ahead of the curve and know­ing what’s next for your busi­ness or sec­tor is es­sen­tial.At CMS, we see ourselves not only as your leg­al ad­visers but also as your busi­ness part­ners. We work to­geth­er with you to not only re­solve cur­rent is­sues but to an­ti­cip­ate fu­ture chal­lenges and in­nov­ate to meet them.With our latest pub­lic­a­tion, CMS Next, our ex­perts will reg­u­larly of­fer you in­sights in­to and fresh per­spect­ives on a range of is­sues that busi­nesses have to deal with – from ESG agen­das to re­struc­tur­ing after the pan­dem­ic or fa­cing the di­git­al trans­form­a­tion. We will also share with you more about the work that we are do­ing for our cli­ents, help­ing them in­nov­ate, grow and mit­ig­ate risk.To be able to provide you with the best sup­port, we im­merse ourselves in your world to un­der­stand your leg­al needs and chal­lenges. However, it is equally im­port­ant that you know who we are and how we can work with you. So, we in­vite you to meet our ex­perts and catch a glimpse of what is hap­pen­ing in­side CMS.En­joy read­ing this pub­lic­a­tion, which we will up­date reg­u­larly with new con­tent.CMS Ex­ec­ut­ive Team
04/04/2022
Más allá de la marca per­son­al
El se­gundo re­porte de CMS Lat­inoamérica, "Guía para ger­entes le­gales: Más allá de la marca per­son­al”, in­vest­iga sobre la im­port­an­cia de la marca per­son­al (MP) como her­rami­enta para po­ten­ciar la...
12/10/2021
Leg­al guide for com­pany dir­ect­ors and CEOs in Mex­ico
ESG ob­lig­a­tion for Dir­ect­ors and CEOs 1. Do ex­ist­ing dir­ect­ors’ du­ties con­tain ob­lig­a­tions that ap­ply to mat­ters that could be cat­egor­ised as an ESG con­sid­er­a­tion, e.g. the en­vir­on­ment, em­ploy­ee...
07/10/2020
Law and reg­u­la­tion of private place­ment of com­mon stock in Mex­ico
1. Pro­spect­us re­quire­ment Pub­lic Of­fer­ing, be­ing an of­fer with or without price by mass com­mu­nic­a­tion to the gen­er­al pub­lic to sub­scribe, ac­quire, sell or trans­fer se­cur­it­ies. 2. Pro­spect­us ex­emp­tions...
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31/08/2020
Sta­bil­isa­tion and re­struc­tur­ing law in Mex­ico
1. Which fin­an­cial (not tax or la­bour) short-term com­pens­a­tion schemes for im­me­di­ate losses due to so­cial dis­tan­cing meas­ures have been im­ple­men­ted? For which in­dus­tries/sizes of busi­ness? Un­til today...
09/06/2020
In­solv­ency law and rules in Mex­ico
1. What type of re­struc­tur­ing schemes ex­ist in Mex­ico? All in­solv­ency pro­ceed­ings are gov­erned by the Mex­ic­an Com­mer­cial Bank­ruptcy Law (Ley de Con­cursos Mecantiles “LCM”). The re­struc­tur­ing schemes...