Gabriel Salinas Ruiz is an associate of the Mexican energy and infrastructure practice.
Gabriel specialises in international and domestic transactions related to the structuring and development of energy and infrastructure projects, corporate restructurings, corporate law and general contract matters. He is experienced in a broad range of national and international transactions, advising both private and public entities, as well as the assistance of clients in their ongoing corporate and commercial activities.
For over six years, Gabriel Salinas has focused her legal practice on the development of energy and infrastructure projects, as well as corporate and transactional matters. Gabriel has a deep understanding of the national and international regulations due to her participation in several energy and infrastructure projects. In this regard, he has advised domestic and foreign clients on mergers and acquisitions, negotiation of contracts, design and implementation of transactional strategies, as well as project finance. Likewise, he has helped her clients design legal strategies in order for their projects to comply with the applicable laws and regulations.
Gabriel has advised clients on several procedures before governmental authorities related to public-private projects. He has also advised governmental authorities in the design and development of public-private projects.
He has also participated as a pro-bono lawyer advising international organizations. In this regard, he served as part of local experts advising the HSBC Group, for a legal study carried out for the Vidya Sagar Institution related to the analysis of provisions set forth in Mexican laws, regulations and other normativity, as well as international treaties executed by Mexico, protecting the rights of people with disabilities.
Gabriel is currently an associate at CMS-WLL where he collaborates mainly in the Energy and Infrastructure practices.