Daniel’s professional practice focuses on administrative and constitutional litigation, as well as foreign trade and customs law. He has successfully represented various multinational companies in the constitutional challenges of various legal dispositions, determination of tax credits by various federal and local authorities, among other types of controversies.
Prior to joining Galicia Abogados in 2012 he was a partner at Chevez, Ruiz, Zamarripa y Cia, SC in the area of international trade; he headed the areas of social security, local taxes and founded the administrative and constitutional litigation practice area.
Daniel studied at the Escuela Libre de Derecho in Mexico City and has undertaken postgraduate studies in international tax, civil law and contracts, as well as courses on international arbitration in the Escuela Libre de Derecho, North American Legal System from Georgetown University and the Universidad Iberoamericana and European law from the Universidad de Deusto and Universidad Iberoamericana, among others.
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