is a tax lawyer with years of experience in litigation and tax advisory. He has drafted and revised lawsuits, memoranda and opinion letters regarding various tax matters, specifically on cross-border transactions. Jorge is experienced in leading work groups and research teams, and has participated directly in constitutional litigations of tax reforms at the Mexican Supreme Court of Justice and mediation procedures between taxpayers and the Mexican tax authorities before the Mexican taxpayer’s Ombudsman (PRODECON). He has been heavily involved with the application of double tax treaties, and the implementation of the BEPS Project (including the MLI), and has considerable experience in advising digital platforms on new tax regulatory frameworks.
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