Maney & González-Félix PC Houston|Mexico DF - Mexico,
Maney & González-Félix PC Houston|Mexico DF Law Firm Overview
At Maney & González-Félix PC Houston|Mexico DF, our experienced trial lawyers excel in resolving complex and challenging civil litigation issues. Our Houston, Texas, law firm is devoted to representing clients both nationally and internationally in unprecedented and complicated cases. We represent both plaintiffs and defendants as lead counsel or trial counsel in federal courts, and in domestic and international arbitration.
Our practice is devoted to complex civil litigation exclusively. Maney & González-Félix PC Houston|Mexico DF clients have included the Republic of Iraq, the Republic of Peru, the Mexican oil giant Pemex, and several Mexican trucking industry companies.
Our law firm is dedicated with a remarkable ability to guide international clients through the complexities of the U.S. legal system. We have the resources and knowledge to represent governments, large corporations, and individuals involved in United States legal matters, and to advise U.S. companies with international legal concerns.
Maney & González-Félix PC Houston|Mexico DF specializes as counsel for difficult legal issues such as RICO charges, international jurisdiction, treaty disputes, systematic corruption and bribery, fraud, breach of contract, theft, business partnership disputes, and shareholder disputes.
- Complex Commercial Litigation
- Contract Disputes
- Foreign Government Representation
- Bankruptcy Litigation
- Fraud Litigation
- Anti-Trust Litigation
- International Litigation
Andres Bello No. 45 Piso 13A
Col. Chapultepec Polanco
D.F. Mexico 11560, Mexico
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MANEY & GONZÁLEZ-FÉLIX PC
700 Louisiana Street, Suite 4545, Houston, Texas 77002
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