Legal Representation and Advice before the Mexican Antitrust Commission

At the end of the year of 1992 the Federal Law of Economic Competition (Ley Federal de Competencia Economica) was published in the Official Federal Daily Press (Diario Oficial de la Federación) in Mexico, with the objective of being implemented and enforced by the Federal Competition Commission (Comisión Federal de Competencia) starting 1993. Since then it has been regulating all antitrust matters related to economic activity in and with Mexico, including joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions, business competition and strategic alliances.

RWA has vast experience in providing clients with advice on antitrust general compliance. Our firm offers counseling to ensure the complete compliance with the antitrust laws, working together with our local and international lawyer partners to prevent our clients from incurring in forbidden commercial practices such as absolute or relative monopolies by advising them and creating or modifying their business policies, negotiations and corporate regulatory compliance programs.

RWA has successfully represented a variety of local and international corporations before the Federal Competition Commission (Comisión Federal de Competencia) defending their interests in regard of their commercial and corporate practices and covering defense of declarations on antitrust violations against them with an expert team leading complicated internal investigations and adequate negotiations with local and international competition regulation authorities.

Our Mexican lawyers are proficient in antitrust litigation and can deal with matters of criminal process and amparo procedures, appealing before the Federal Competition Commission (Comisión Federal de Competencia) on behalf of clients who have not been in compliance with the legal basis promulgated by the antitrust law, guiding them to accomplishing proper legal practices.