Marta Loubet

Ritch Mueller (Mexico City)
Lawyer

Marta is a Mexico City-based lawyer at Ritch Mueller who specializes in Competition and Regulatory Law, with a focus on TMT. Previously, she was at AGON Economía Derecho Estrategia. Since graduating from her LLM, Marta has practiced in Paris and Brussels in the Competition and International Trade teams of international law firms, working mainly on Merger Control, Antitrust, State Aid and Regulatory issues. Marta is also an ambassador of Thousand Network and a member of the Association des Juristes Européens, ANADE and Abogadas MX.

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Articles

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Marta Loubet The Mexican Competition Authority accepts commitments by pharmaceutical companies to restore competition in the pharma market (Moench Coöperatif / Luis Doporto Alejandre)

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Through a decision issued by the plenary session of Cofece on August 13, 2015 on case file CNT-074-2015 (the ’Decision’), the Mexican antitrust authority decided to unconditionally clear the acquisition, by Dutch fund Moench Coöperatif of a major pharmaceutical distributor in Mexico, Marzam. The (...)

Marta Loubet The Mexican First Collegiate Circuit Tribunal on Administrative Matters confirms the decision of the Competition Authority in a case of abuse of dominance by an airport but orders a new calculation of the fine (Mexico City International Airport)

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The First Collegiate Circuit Tribunal on Administrative Matters, specialized in economic competition, broadcasting and telecommunications (the ’Tribunal’), confirmed the decision of the plenary session of the Mexican Federal Competition Commission (’Cofece’) on case file DE-015-2013 in the sense (...)

Marta Loubet The Mexican Federal Economic Competition Commission’s fines five condom and catheter suppliers for bid rigging in the public health sector after a four-year investigation into the latex industry (Galeno / Adex / Holiday de México / Trenkes / Dentilab)

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On 8 February 2018, Mexico’s Federal Economic Competition Commission’s (COFECE or Commission) fined five condom and catheter suppliers 112 million pesos (approximately €4.91 million) for rigging bids in Mexico’s public health sector. Further statements of objections and decisions regarding bid (...)

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