Francisco Gómez joined the firm in 2003. He specialises in international trade; custom law; export incentives; export promotion; export regulations; free trade agreements; tax litigation; Customs Regime of Strategic Bonded Warehouse; as well as dispute resolution proceedings; IMMEX Programme and PROSEC Programme.
LLB, National Autonomous University of México, Mexico City (1998).
Specialisation in tax law, Escuela Libre de Derecho, Mexico City (2009).
Specialisation in customs operation of Mexican foreign trade, Foreign Trade Mexican Institute (2010).
Dumping procedure, Mexican Bar Association (2010).
Languages: Spanish and English.
President of the Foreign Trade Committee of the Franco Mexicana Chamber of Commerce.
Legal adviser of the Importers and Exporters National Association of the Mexican Republic.
American Chamber of Commerce Mexico.
Foreign Trade Mexican Institute.
Author: The Administrative Proceeding in Customs Law and its Implications,’ published in Tax Advice Magazine, National Association of Importers and Exporters of Mexico (ANIERM, AC), October 2004; ‘Agreement with Japan’ (Mexico, 2005).
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