Raymundo Enríquez is currently a partner in Baker McKenzie's antitrust practice group in Mexico City. Mr Enríquez is recognised as a leading lawyer for competition / antitrust and business by Chambers Latin America. He served as a board member for several Mexican companies. In addition, he was a visiting lecturer at the Mexican Bar Association and a part-time tax and foreign trade law professor at Universidad Iberoamericana, where he obtained his JD from the university’s School of Law. Mr Enriquez focuses his practice on foreign trade and competition law.
He advises and represents clients in proceedings before the Mexican antitrust authority. He also has extensive experience assisting clients in a wide range of issues involving merger control, compliance programmes, cartel investigations and antidumping proceedings involving the WTO.
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