Lawyer profile for Latin America 2022
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Competition/Antitrust - Mexico
Up and Coming
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Carlos is recognized leader in Latin America competition/antitrust law because of his expertise and strong bonds with the authorities, judges, lawyers, economists, and experts in the region.
Among his exclusive tools, Mr. Orcí has developed a high-end technology system to address companies’ competition/antitrust needs.
Carlos has advised companies in Mexico in landmark competition/antitrust matters on behalf of national and international clients regarding merger control procedures; as well as in defending companies facing cartel and abuse of dominance investigations. He has also advised clients during investigations related to essential facilities and barriers to entry conducted by Mexico’s Competition Commission (Cofece) and Telecommunications Institute (Ifetel), and challenged governmental resolutions against the federal courts.
He also has extensive experience on auctions, obtaining concessions, and conducting administrative procedures before the Communications and Transport Ministry, Ifetel and the Foreign Investments Commission, among many other matters.
Mr. Orcí’s experience spans a wide range of industries, including technology, media and telecommunications, banking/financial services, aviation, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, mining, maritime, railways, transport, consumer products, and automotive sectors.
Carlos has a unique prestige for founding and leading MootComp, an international organization which serves as an open forum for the debate of the main topics on antitrust/competition law and policy.
Carlos Orcí Berea
Mijares, Angoitia, Cortés y Fuentes, S.C.