has been a counsellor at Basham, Ringe & Correa's Mexico office since 2020, where she currently focuses on antitrust law. She has a long career practising international trade law. Fernanda represents national and international clients in pre-merger notifications, investigations and trial-like proceedings concerning hard-core cartels and abuse of dominance, proceedings regarding barriers to competition and essential facilities processed by the Federal Economic Competition Commission (COFECE) and the Federal Telecommunications Institute (FTI), as well as litigation processes before Constitutional courts (Amparo trial) against the resolutions issued by the competition authorities. She also advises clients on broader antitrust topics.
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