White & Case (Mexico)

Román González Melo

White & Case (Mexico)
Lawyer (Associate)

Román’s practice is centered on Antitrust Law and Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A). He has developed a unique blend of experience in complex and highly technical domestic and international projects that allows him to provide legal advice on both private and public law matters. Román’s track record includes two of the largest national projects in the communications sector: the first national digital TV broadcasting network, and the landmark multi-party, public-private project for the operation and deployment of a national wholesale services telecommunications network (Red Compartida). He has participated in M&A transactions in a wide range of markets, including: banking, real estate, food production, retail, telecommunications, home and industrial appliances, electronics and pharmaceuticals. As an antitrust lawyer, Román has regularly represented and advised national and foreign clients in cross-border merger control proceedings and ground-breaking investigations before the Federal Competition Commission and the Federal Telecommunications Institute. He has also provided antitrust compliance and training advice to boards of directors and senior management of the pharmaceutical and energy industries. In addition, Román has corporate governance experience in the banking sector. On behalf of White & Case, he has acted as temporary legal counsel and has led comprehensive AML and legal risk audits for Mexican subsidiaries of global banking institutions. Before joining White & Case, he served as the legal advisor on enforcement and policy matters under the former head of investigations at the Federal Competition Commission.

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Enrique Espejel, Henri Capin-Gally CFA, Vicente Corta Fernández, Germán Ricardo Macías, Diego Mendoza Arrieta, Román González Melo The Mexican Competition Authority issues emergency regulations providing that the service of process of official communication and resolutions in ongoing procedures can be performed via email during the COVID-19 pandemic

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Effective as of April 23, 2020 , the Mexican Competition Commission (“COFECE”) issued emergency regulations providing that, during and as long as the coronavirus pandemic is considered a health emergency, the service of process of official communication and resolutions in ongoing (...)

Diego Mendoza Arrieta, Germán Ricardo Macías, Román González Melo The Mexican Competition Authority issues hollow guidance on the application of the Mexican antitrust statute during the COVID-19 pandemic

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On March 27, the Mexican Antitrust Commission (“COFECE”) issued a statement regarding the application of the Mexican Antitrust Statute during the coronavirus pandemic (“Statement”). Summary of the Statement With the Statement, COFECE attempted to provide guidance on the following practices in the (...)

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