Born in Mexico City Mexico. Admitted in 2003. Mr Mena obtained his law degree (JD) from Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México, master’s in business law from Ilustre Colegio de Abogados de Madrid and Universidad Francisco Vitoria and a master’s in regulation from the London School of Economics and Political Science. His practice focuses on antitrust and competition and investigations and compliance. He represents clients before the competition commission, telecommunications regulators, consumer protection agency, as well as the energy, transport and banking regulators in all competition related matters. He handles other types of government investigations and requests including money laundering, fraud, privacy and data protection issues. Mr Mena was involved in the construction of the new anti-corruption system and in the training of the new operators of the system. Has ample experience in compliance, defence, in handling highly complex investigations, coordinating matters in various jurisdictions and in their representation before different authorities.
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