Recognized since 2008
Mexico City, Mexico
Competition / Antitrust Law
LUIS MANUEL RODRÍGUEZ RIVERO. Born in Mexico City in 1970. Education: Universidad Iberoamericana (1990). Degree-awarding ceremony 1996. Degree-award thesis subject “The Supervening Evidence in the Indirect Amparo Trial” (with honours and the best of the year thesis). Postgraduate Studies in Tax Law, Competition/Antitrust Law and Corporate Law provided by the Universidad Panamericana and the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México. Memberships: Coordinator of the Constitutional Law Commission, Under-coordinator of the Administrative Law Commission and Board Member of the Mexican Bar Association, as well as Board Member of the Asociación de Servicios Legales, A.C. (pro-bono) of the Mexican Bar Association.
He has published several articles on Constitutional Law, Amparo Trial and Competition/Antitrust Law. He is co-author of the book “Economic Competition. Legal, Economic and Political Studies”, edited by the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México. He has been a speaker at national and international forums, on Constitutional Law, Amparo Trial, Administrative Law and Competition/Antitrust Law in Mexico. He has been professor at the Instituto Teconlógico Autónomo de México (ITAM) and Universidad Panamericana at Postgraduate programs.
He has participated at the invitation of the (then) Federal Competition Commission and now Economic Federal Competition Commission, in multiple workgroups of constitutional, legislative and regulatory analysis on Economic Competition.
He has been included as a specialist in Amparo Trial, Administrative Law and Competition/Atitrust Law in many international publications such as Best Lawyers, Chambers and Partners, Who's Who Lawyers and Practical Law Company.
Founding Partner of the firm Rodríguez Rivero Abogados (2007-2014) and Founding Partner of the firm Ledesma y Rodríguez Rivero, Abogados (2014).
Languages: Spanish and English.
PRACTICE AREAS: Constitutional Law, Amparo Trial and Federal, State and Municipal Administrative Law. Federal, State and Municipal Administrative Litigation. Competition/Antitrust Law, investigation procedures for Monopolistic Practices and Acquisitions. Notices of Mergers and Acquisitions, restructure notices.
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