Gabriela Harfush H
With 3 years of professional experience, Gabriela is an associate of the firm since 2016.
Provided legal advice on environmental, property and agricultural matters for the acquisition of real estate in Mexico, as well as for the development, implementation, operation and closure of companies.
Participated in complex auditing processes that involved several jurisdictions particularly for auto part, hospitality, and light industries.
Provided legal advice to national and international investors in different transactions, such as financing of hydroelectric plants, installation of diverse industries and capital operation for the development of wind farms.
Agrarian and Indigenous Consulting, Environmental and Natural Resources, Real Estate, Mining.
Law Degree 2015, Universidad Anáhuac México (North campus), Mexico.
Mexico | 31 August 2018
Convention 169 – Indigenous and Tribal Peoples Convention establishes that indigenous peoples or communities must be consulted on any legislative or administrative act that may directly affect them. Companies that intend to develop or invest in real estate projects in Mexico should therefore consider community consultation as part of their feasibility criteria.