Butzel Long adds Mexican corporate attorney Raul Rangel to its Washington, D.C. office
DETROIT, Mich. - Butzel Long has added Raul Rangel, a Mexican corporate attorney, who is licensed to practice law only in Mexico, to its Washington, D.C. office further expanding Butzel Long's strong corporate and international business practice.
Rangel specializes in the areas of Mexican business law, mergers and acquisitions, international trade, investment and commerce, business-government relations, technology services, real estate development, and financial services.
He works closely with other Butzel attorneys to represent organizations doing business in Mexico and the United States in a broad range of industries.
Prior to joining Butzel Long, Rangel co-led the promotion and formation of a private equity fund for renewable energy projects in Latin America at a financial advisory services firm.
In Mexico, Rangel served as the lead Counsel for international affairs for Neoris, a CEMEX subsidiary and one of the largest IT consulting firms in Latin America. He also worked at a prestigious boutique law firm in Monterrey, Mexico, where he advised clients on a broad spectrum of matters pertaining to corporate law and US-Mexico transactions.
He also is a co-founder of RG Nexus, a professional legal and tax advisory services firm based in Monterrey, Mexico.
Rangel's native language is Spanish, and he is proficient in English. He also has been certified as a legal Spanish-English translator by Nuevo Leon's State Supreme Court.
Rangel is a graduate of the Northwestern University School of Law (LL.M.) and of the Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (J.D.). He holds a certificate in Business Administration from the Kellogg School of Management and has attended Harvard University and the London School of Economics.