In Mexico, the area of Antitrust gained major ground after the enactment of NAFTA and the Federal Economic Competition Law. Currently, this complex area is influential in all spheres of economic activity and is an essential part of the planning and implementation of business strategies and related transactions due to rules affecting merger control and antimonopoly provisions.


At RVA Abogados, we have a solid practice advising clients on Antitrust matters as well as representing Mexican and foreign entities in procedures before the Federal Competition Commission, including: merger control filings; claims and investigations regarding absolute and relative monopolistic practices; filing for private rulings or interpretive letters, and procedures to declare substantial market power of economic agents.


Our firm has also worked with the Federal Competition Commission in integrating public policy criteria for different markets.


RVA Abogados, has major antitrust experience in the field of telecommunications; financial services and insurance; automotive; broadcasting; airport services; as well as pharmaceutical and food industries.


Firm members specialized in antitrust, collaborate with the International Bar Association’s Antitrust Committee, as well as with the Economic Competition Committee of the Mexican Bar Association.