Luis Manuel Rodríguez Rivero is “very well recognised in the field” and deemed to be a “fantastic litigator” in the competition space.
Luis Manuel Rodríguez Rivero has more than 25 years of experience in economic competition law; investigation procedures in monopolistic practices and illegal concentrations; and notification of concentrations (antitrust procedures). Mr Rodríguez Rivero has a strong experience in constitutional and administrative law, and in litigation across both areas.
He has been a coordinator of the Commission of Constitutional Law; sub-coordinator of the Commission on Administrative Law; and member of the board of the Mexican Bar Association.
He has published several articles on constitutional law, amparo proceedings and economic competition law. He is co-author of the book Competencia Económica. Estudios de Derecho, Economía y Política, published by the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico (ITAM). He has served as a visiting professor for the postgraduate courses on economic competition at ITAM and the Panamerican University.
Luis has been a speaker at APEC’s workshop on investigative process and procedural fairness by economic competition law enforcement authorities. He has participated, by invitation of the Federal Economic Competition Commission (Cofece), in working groups for the legislative and regulatory analysis of economic competition regulation. He has been named a specialist in administrative law and economic competition law by several international publications, such as Chambers and Partners, Practical Law Company guides and Best Lawyers. He is a non-governmental adviser to Cofece before the International Competition Network.
Luis is a founding partner of the Firm Ledesma & Rodriguez Rivero. His main practice areas are constitutional and administrative law and litigation; amparo and constitutional proceedings; and antitrust procedures.
He speaks Spanish and English.