Luis is focused in the constitutional, administrative, regulatory and telecom practice. He specializes in administrative 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. In 2020, he was elected member of the firm’s Compensation Committee.
Prior to joining the firm, he served as General Chief Tax Prosecutor; Chief of the Banking and Savings Unit at the Ministry of Finance; VP of Legal and Regulatory Affairs at Grupo Televisa and Chief Legal and Regulatory Officer at Avantel.
Throughout his 30 years of career, he 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. While he served at the Ministry of Finance, he was a key player in the modernization of the banking and securities legal framework.
“all the experience one could hope for,” Chambers and Partners
Other areas of expertise include government procurement, accountability of public servants, anti-corruption, AML, compliance, tax compliance assessment and consumer protection.