Founding Partner
E-mail: [email protected]

Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (Law, 1993); Columbia University Law School, New York, Master of Laws (LL.M., 1995)

Founding partner of Aguilar & Loera, S.C. (1996 to present); Barrera, Siqueiros y Torres Landa, S.C., Associate (1990-1996). Foreign Associate in the law firm of Powell, Goldstein, Frazer & Murphy, Washington, D.C. (1995). Appointed by the governments of Mexico and the United States as Panelist in North American Free Trade Agreement disputes with regard to Chapter XIX (Unfair Trade Practices)

He has been professor in various subjects related to International Economic Law and Private International Law, in various universities and law schools in Mexico City.

Co-author “ Class Actions in Mexico” (2015);

• Co-author “Administrative Protective Orders in Trade Remedy Cases in México” (2014);

• “México continúa el camino hacia la desregulación” (“Mexico on the Road to Deregulation”) (1999);

• Co-author of “Handbook on Trade in Mexico from the Steel Perspective” (1999);

• “Más oportunidades de inversión para países fuera del TLC” (“More Investment Opportunities for Countries outside of NAFTA”) (1995);

• Co-author “Gas natural, oportunidades de inversión en México” (“Natural Gas: Investment Opportunities in Mexico”) (1997);

• “El arbitraje dentro del sistema jurídico mexicano; un reto hacia la implementación del Tratado de Libre Comercio de América del Norte” (“Arbitration within the Mexican Legal System: A Threat to the Implementation of the North American Free Trade Agreement”) (1995)

Spanish, English, basic French.

International Trade; Antidumping Investigations; Customs; Export Development Programs; Rules of Origin & Verification of Origin; Corporate; Mergers and Acquisitions; Contracts; Foreign Investment; Antitrust; Energy; Arbitration and Mediation; Health; Pro Bono; Crisis Management Planning.

Recognized by Latin Lawyer as “Best Trade Lawyers in Mexico”, Chambers and Partners and Who’s Who Legal.