Provided by Eduardo Díaz Gavito
Eduardo Díaz practice is focuses on customs law, international trade, free trade agreements, Agreements of the World Trade Organization, defense against unfair trade practices (dumping and subsidies), and antitrust. He has vast experience as litigator in complex matters before federal courts, including the Supreme Court of Justice.
• Member of the Mexican Bar Association (BMA); former chair of the International Trade Committee and former member of the managing board and national treasurer, thereof.
• Vice-Chair (Rule of Law) of the Customs Committee of the American Bar Association (IBA), Section of International Law.
• Member of the International Customs Law Academy.
Mexico City-based partner Eduardo Díaz Gavito is noted by interviewees for his work on trade remedy mandates, with one peer describing him as "a very good and consolidated lawyer," and another lauding him as "superb in international trade matters."