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Our Team

Name Practice area
Amador Karen Dispute Resolution: Litigation and arbitration
Cadena Victor Of Counsel
Castellanos Sandro Administration
Chacón Ricardo Corporate/M&A, Regulatory and Government affairs, Regulatory and Government affairs
Chacón Samuel Of Counsel
Cuevas Elizabeth Office Manager
De la Torre Marco Administration
Domínguez Jesús Trainee
García Gutierrez Georgina Regulatory and Government affairs, Compliance, Labour, Distribution and consumer law, Information Technology, Telecommunications
García Irving Administration
Girón Alexandro Corporate / M&A, Immigration
González-Luna José Mauro Aeronautic, Corporate/M&A, Tax, Energy
González Raúl Administration
Hamed Jennifer Dispute Resolution: Litigation and arbitration
Herrera Irma Administration
Linares Alejandro Dispute Resolution: Litigation and arbitration
Macías Jade Administration
Mandujano Elisa Administration
Méndez Adalberto Human Rights and Social Responsability
Pérez Kaynicté Aeronautic, Corporate/M&A, Tax, Energy, Real Estate
Pineda Edwin Dispute Resolution: Litigation and arbitration
Prado Rodrigo Administration
Rodríguez Joaquín Corporate/M&A
Rueda María Elena Corporate / M&A, Energy
Sagaón Berenice Regulatory and Government affairs, Compliance, Labour, Distribution and consumer law, Information Technology
Salinas Armando Dispute Resolution: Litigation and arbitration, Regulatory and Government affairs, Criminal Defense & Prevention
Sandoval Rafael Tax

Latest news

Tuesday, 21 July, 2020

Mexico: ECIJA participates in the historic first divorce e-trial in the Mexico Civil Courts.


Today, the “first distance trial hearing” was verified regarding a voluntary divorce proceeding, in which the respective divorce judgment was pronounced.  The following is a brief summary of the online procedure and Ecija’s experience in sponsoring one of the parties in the case. 1.- On July 13 of this year, Ecija México filed, on behalf […]

Monday, 6 July, 2020

Mexico: Restrictions to entering into Trade Agreements with other Countries according to the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA)


One of the most paradoxical provisions of the USMCA, published in the Federal Official Gazette on June 29, 2020, is article 32.10[1] of Chapter 32 of the Agreement, related to ” Exceptions and General Provisions”. Article 32.10 was a condition of the United States government during the negotiations between the three countries in the context […]

Friday, 3 July, 2020

Mexico: Supreme court (SCJN) minister grants suspension against The “NAHLE Decree” on renewable energies due to the constitutional controversy proceeding initiated by The Federal Economic Competition Commission (COFECE).


I. Background On May 15, 2020, the Ministry of Energy (SENER) published on the Federal Official Gazette (DOF) a Decree issuing the Reliability, Safety, Continuity and Quality Policy of the National Electric System (the Decree). The Decree modifies the rules in order for new renewable energy generating plants to be connected to the National Electric […]

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