Carlos Treviño Speaks in Brazil on “Cooperation and Investment with the United States”

November 13, 2014 | Attorney News

On Nov. 12, 2014, Jackson Walker attorney Carlos R. Treviño gave a presentation at the offices of Almeida Advogados in São Paulo, Brazil, titled “Perspectivas para 2015: O cenário de cooperação e investimentos com os Estados Unidos (Prospects for 2015: The Scenario of Cooperation and Investment with the United States).”

The event was organized and hosted by Almeida Advogados and well attended by both clients and business contacts of the firm. Almeida Advogados is a prestigious full-service law firm in Brazil with offices in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Brasília, and Belo Horizonte. Jackson Walker and Almeida Advogados are members of Globalaw, a worldwide network of more than 110 independent law firms with over 4,500 lawyers in 165 cities. Through Jackson Walker’s affiliation with Globalaw, Mr. Treviño spent some time in Brazil, meeting with attorneys and clients of Almeida Advogados.

Mr. Treviño is a corporate and securities lawyer with extensive experience handling both domestic and cross-border transactions for clients in a wide variety of industry sectors. He focuses his practice primarily on mergers and acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures, and general corporate matters. Having previously served as in-house counsel, Mr. Treviño has a deep understanding of the challenges his clients face and is able to provide strategic advice to help clients effectively analyze and structure transactions to achieve their business goals.

Before joining Jackson Walker, Mr. Treviño served as senior in-house counsel for a large multinational company based in Monterrey, Mexico. While at this company, Mr. Treviño acted as lead counsel in mergers, acquisitions, and divestitures in Mexico, Guatemala, Brazil, and Chile. He also worked extensively on a wide variety of corporate matters, including the negotiation of domestic and international contracts in the U.S., Mexico, Central and South America. Prior to his tenure as in-house counsel, Mr. Treviño was in private practice with a large law firm based in Mexico City, where his practice concentrated on corporate matters, including complex mergers and acquisitions and joint ventures.