Brito Anderson is a Mexican boutique law firm
integrated by lawyers with more than 25 years of experience, with one goal: to
provide legal services of excellence.
Brito Anderson is highly specialized in
Administrative Law; Competition/Antitrust Law; Litigation; and Legal Reforms;
areas in which its lawyers are nationally and internationally recognized. Brito
Anderson has also strategic alliances with other specialized boutique law
firms, as well as with media groups and the most respected Mexican economists,
for the benefit of its clients.
Brito Anderson handles few legal cases at the
same time only: the most complex one´s of its clients and relevant in Mexico in
the specialty areas of the firm. Most of Brito Anderson´s clients are among the
top-three companies in their respective fields.
Brito Anderson has handled an important number
of the most relevant cases in Competition/Antitrust Law since the Mexican
Federal Competition Commission was created.
Regarding Administrative Law, Brito Anderson
benefits from the previous experience of some of its partners as former key
lawyers and former legal consultants of the Mexican Government, including the
Presidency office, the Ministry of Communications and Transports, the Ministry
of Energy, the Economy Ministry, the Agriculture Ministry, the Energy
Regulatory Commission, the Federal Competition Commission, the Economic
Deregulation Unit, the Federal Regulatory Improvement Commission, the National
Water Commission and the State Governments of Mexico and Baja California Sur.
Regarding litigation, Brito Anderson is
specialized in Constitutional litigation (Amparo), Administrative and Fiscal
Litigation, Competition/Antitrust Litigation, as well as Civil and Commercial
Litigation, and has handled multimillionaire cases.
Brito Anderson has participated in the draft of reforms
to the Constitution, the Civil, Commerce and Procedure Codes, the Foreign
Investment Law, the Federal Law of Metrology and Normalization, the Federal Law
of Administrative Proceeding, the Law of Acquisitions, Leases and Services of
the Public Sector and the Law of Public Works and Services, the draft of the
Administrative Code of the State of Mexico and the draft of Regulations of the
Airports Law, Civil Aviation Law, Railway Services Law, Navigation Law, Federal
Economic Competition Law, Foreign Investment Law and Federal Law of Metrology
and Normalization, among others.
Brito Anderson´s experience in Legal Reforms has
certainly benefited the firm in a significant way and has led it to develop
high skills to interpret the reach and aim of the different laws and
regulations, and to identify the best arguments to support the cases handled by