Alejandro is an antitrust specialist with 20 years of experience advising a range of companies in antitrust matters. He has repeatedly advised clients involved in merger control clearances and investigations into abuse of dominance and cartels, and has acted as counsel in proceedings, in special proceedings, and as a legal consultant. He has also developed antitrust compliance programmes for numerous companies. Alejandro served on the legal team of the former Mexican Antitrust Commission, where his involvement in high-profile cases has afforded him insight into the commission's perspective. He has been recognised as a leading antitrust leading practitioner by the Latin American Corporate Counsel Association.
He has additional experience with corporate law, having represented foreign companies doing business in Mexico when choosing business structures, negotiating contracts, undergoing mergers and acquisitions, performing due diligence, and in trust and general corporate matters, as well as in anticorruption matters, including investigations into FCPA violations and during anticorruption consulting and training. Alejandro holds TASA: TRACE Anti-Bribery Specialist Accreditation.
Alejandro developed antitrust compliance programmes for numerous companies. Alejandro served on the legal team of the former Federal Economic Competition Commission. He is a member of the United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce, the American Bar Association and the International Chamber of Commerce.
Alejandro obtained his law degree from Universidad Latinoamericana and his LLM in international business law from University of London, Queen Mary School. He completed additional coursework in antitrust law at Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México and the College of Law of England and Wales.
He currently serves as an antitrust professor in Universidad Anáhuac México's LLM in corporate law. Before joining Nader, Hayaux & Goebel, Alejandro was a partner at an important corporate law firm.
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