Adelaida Vasquez's corporate practice focuses on corporate transactional work and international compliance matters. Her corporate transactional experience includes mergers and acquisitions, commercial financings, private equity investments and other general corporate matters. She has assisted in domestic transactions, representing investors and entrepreneurs in different industry sectors, and has represented purchasers and sellers in multiple acquisition transactions. She has also advised clients on corporate governance and general business law matters.
Adelaida's international compliance experience includes advising clients on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). She has been involved in assisting clients in designing and implementing anti-corruption compliance policies, assisting in compliance investigations, and performing risk assessments. As part of this representation, Adelaida has gained significant experience in implementing anti-corruption procedures in Mexico, Central America and Chile.
Additionally, Adelaida has managed numerous global projects for multinational corporations to ensure global immigration compliance. She has significant experience in immigration audits and internal I-9 compliance investigations. Adelaida regularly assists her clients by delivering targeted training programs and developing immigration compliance strategies for both small and large companies in various business sectors.
Areas of Concentration
•Mergers and acquisitions
• Joint ventures/strategic alliances
• Global trade and investment
• Global energy and infrastructure
• Latin America & Iberian practice
• Energy, oil and gas and natural resources
• Corporate and securities
• Real estate leasing
Awards & Recognition
•Team Member, Corporate Board Member magazine and FTI Consulting Inc., one of America's Best Corporate Law Firms, 13th Annual Legal Industry Study, 2013
Associated News & Events
07.01.10 Greenberg Traurig Expands its Texas Offices With the Addition of Two Associates
04.09.12 Immigration Observer, March/April 2012
11.01.11 Immigration Observe