Daniel Aranda is a bilingual, bicultural corporate and trial lawyer serving clients in the U.S., Mexican and international energy law, pipeline, banking and finance sectors. Daniel is also a member of Foley's Energy Industry, and Government Procurement Practice in Mexico City.
Daniel represents foreign and domestic clients with all aspects of their international energy law needs, including:
Representation before the Mexican energy authorities (CRE, CNH, Ministry of Energy, Pemex and CFE)
Mergers and acquisitions
Project development and project finance transactions
Infrastructure and government procurement
Divestitures and buyouts
He handles sophisticated contracts and business matters involving both domestic and cross-border transactions. His financing work focuses primarily on structuring, documenting and negotiating debt-related transactions. These include workouts representing developers, lenders and borrowers on asset-based and unsecured lending. He has extensive experience representing clients facing conflicts of interest between shareholders and negotiating cash-out mechanisms.
Business Litigation & Dispute Resolution
Mergers & Acquisitions
Articles in the National Law Review database by Daniel Aranda