Luis is a partner and leads the administrative, constitutional, tax litigation and financial and telecom regulation practices at the firm. Specialised in government negotiation, high level administrative litigation, compliance, AML, government procurement and boutique tax issues. Throughout his career, Luis has acquired in-depth experience both in the public and private sectors, enabling him to have a full and comprehensive knowledge of the financial and telecom industries, as well as governmental and tax regulation.
Luis specialises and has been involved in complex cases related to constitutional litigation, constitutional relief proceedings (amparo), telecommunication disputes and constitutional controversy procedures, several of them creating groundbreaking precedents decided by the Mexican Supreme Court of Justice.
Prior to joining the firm, Luis held various high-level positions in the public and private sectors, including serving as general counsel (Chief Tax Prosecutor) of the Ministry of Finance – where he worked in constitutional, administrative and tax litigation and tax fraud matters – as well as chief of the Banking and Savings Unit at Mexico’s Ministry of Finance.
Luis is also co-authored several articles in his fields of expertise. He holds a Master of Arts in law and diplomacy degree from The Fletcher School of Law and diplomacy at Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts and a law degree (JD equivalent) with the highest honours (summa cum laude) from Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM) in Mexico City.
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