Baker Mckenzie (Mexico)

Luis Francisco Amado Cordova

Baker Mckenzie (Mexico)
Partner

Luis Amado is a partner in the Antitrust & Competition Practice Group of the Firm’s Mexico City office. He has more than 10 years of experience in his field and has conducted several antitrust and competition seminars for the telecommunications, automotive, electronics, medical, mining, metal, home appliance and white goods industries. Luis was part of the Firm’s EU Competition & Trade Practice Group in London, where he advised on antitrust matters. He was appointed Latin America’s representative in the Firm committee responsible for abuse of dominance matters. He has also been a guest professor at Universidad Iberoamericana and IPADE, giving lectures on antitrust and competition. He has more than 10 years of experience in his field and has conducted several antitrust and competition seminars for the telecommunications, automotive, electronics, medical, mining, metal, home appliance and white goods industries. Luis was part of the Firm’s EU Competition & Trade Practice Group in London, where he advised on antitrust matters. He was appointed Latin America’s representative in the Firm committee responsible for abuse of dominance matters. He has also been a guest professor at Universidad Iberoamericana and IPADE, giving lectures on antitrust and competition.

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Articles

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Raymundo E. Enríquez, Luis Francisco Amado Cordova, Tania Alina De la Luz Sesmas, Natalie Flores The Mexican Competition Authority opens a market investigation into barriers to entry in the e-commerce market following increased popularity throughout COVID-19 pandemic

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Mexico: COFECE investigates barriers to entry in the retail e-commerce market* In brief On 31 March 2022, the Investigating Authority of the Federal Economic Competition Commission (COFECE) published notice of the initiation of an investigation, into the retail electronic commerce (...)

Luis Miguel De Alva-Morales, Luis Francisco Amado Cordova The Mexican Competition Authority initiates an investigation to determine if there are barriers to competition and of essential facilities in the aircraft fuel market

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On October 31, 2019, COFECE published in the Federal Official Gazette an official Notice that initiated an investigation to determine if there are barriers to competition and of essential facilities in the aircraft fuel market, including the production, importation, storage, transportation, (...)

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