Due Diligence

Using comprehensive due diligence checklists that are consistent with the standards of foreign counsel but based on Mexican law and legal culture, Rosen Law assists its clients qualify and evaluate potential acquisitions, transactions partners and targets.

Whatever vehicle the foreign investor choses to enter the Mexican market, careful scrutiny and due diligence of all parties involved is essential. Mexican business culture often resists full disclosure and information in general is typically less public, making due diligence more difficult, but all the more important. Corporate books, chain of title, regulatory compliance, permits and licenses, labor, tax, contractual, litigation, and financial obligations must all be closely analyzed before formalizing acquisitions of companies and assets, mergers, and joint ventures.