is an associate at the firm whose practice has focused mainly on administrative law and commercial and constitutional litigation including, among other areas, consultation and litigation in public procurement, antitrust, regulatory and telecommunications. He also has experience in anti-dumping proceedings; international arbitration; and corporate, financial and banking law. Fernando’s recent experience includes representation of a concessionaire of rail services in Mexico against several acts of the Ministry of Communications and Transport and representation of one of the main participants in the telecommunications sector against the granting of concession titles to exploit and operate the 2.5 GHz frequency band.
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