González Luna is a team of professionals whose goal is to provide legal services with excellent technical quality and high ethical standards.
Our mission is to give form and legal certainty to the transactions of our clients, in order to achieve the desired results, for which we try to contribute our experience of over 20 years in very varied fields. Always exploring new fields and opportunities, being in constant change and update, GL Abogados is today an ambitious and consolidated project that pretends the recognition that only a satisfied client would provide.
Our areas of expertise are: Corporate Law, Mergers and Acquisitions, Real Estate, Legal Audit, Contracts, Government Contracts, Administrative Law, Anti-Money Laundering Act, Estate Planning, Protection of Personal Data, Administrative Litigation and Foreing Investment.
Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Occidente (1986-1990), (Law School, graduated with honors).
Contract Certification Program, Universidad Iberoamericana, México City (1991).
Master of Laws (LL.M.) by the London School of Economics and Political Science, in London, England, under the specialty of International Commerce Law (1994).
The Unconstitutionality of the Asset Tax in Mexico, published in the International Financial Law Review, December of 1995; The Rights of Withdrawal of the Investors in a Private Placement “Los Derechos de Retiro de los Inversionistas en una Colocación Privada”, Ars Juris, Universidad Panamericana Magazine, 1999; Brief Reflections towards the Simulation and Fraud of the Law in the Federation Fiscal Code “Breves Reflexiones en Torno a la Simulación y al Fraude a la Ley en el Código Fiscal de la Federación”, Private Law Magazine edited by the Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas de la UNAM, No. 28, 1999; A Comparative Review of Regulation of Economic Competition in Mexico and the United States, United States-Mexico Law Journal, Volume 9, Spring 2001; Aggrieved Buyer’s Right to Performance or Money Damages Under the CISG, U.C.C., and Mexican Commercial Code, co-authored with Bradford Stone, published in The Journal of Law and Commerce of the University of Pittsburgh, 2011. Author of the book Generic Drugs: A Patent Breakthrough (Innovation and free enterprise in the National Pharmaceutical Industry), Porrúa, (First Edition, 2004).
Member of the American Bar Association (ABA).
Main Areas of Professional Practice
Corporate Law, Mergers and Acquisitions, Foreign Investment, Commercial Law, Real Estate, Economic Competition and Administrative Law.
Spanish, English and French.