Event 12 Apr. 2023

Legal and International Affairs Conference: Emerging Trends in Energy Law in Latin America and Mexico

On Wednesday, April 19, Curtis and the Houston Bar Association will be hosting Legal and International Affairs Conference on Emerging Trends in Energy Law in Latin America and Mexico in Houston, Texas.

The conference will focus on “Times of Transition.” Topics include trends in international litigation, commercial international arbitration, ESG, sanctions and government enforcement, international human rights, Russia and Venezuelan sanctions, the FCPA, and new developments in oil, gas, and energy transactions, with a focus on U.S. companies and Mexico, Colombia, Venezuela.

Speakers include Curtis partners Eric Cassidy, Claudia Frutos-Peterson, Javier Jiménez Gutiérrez, Kevin Meehan, Jason Wright, and many others in the legal and energy industries.

Find the full conference program here.

Register for the conference here.

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