Alejandro Mendiola Diaz
is a competition specialist with extensive experience advising a range of companies on antitrust matters. He has advised clients involved in merger control clearances and investigations into abuse of dominance and cartels. He has also developed antitrust compliance programmes for numerous companies. Alejandro served on the legal team of the former Federal Economic Competition Commission. He is a member of the United States–Mexico Chamber of Commerce, the American Bar Association and the International Chamber of Commerce. He currently serves as an antitrust professor at the Universidad Anahuac on Mexico's LLM in Corporate Law programme. Alejandro obtained his law degree from Universidad Latinoamericana and his LLM in International Business Law from Queen Mary University of London. He is fluent in English.
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