Gabriel Altamirano is recognized as a leading antitrust practitioner in Mexico. He has more than 20 years of experience representing foreign and domestic clients in a wide range of industries in all aspects related to antitrust, including merger control filings, investigations, and compliance.
In transactions, he represents clients before the Mexican competition authorities to obtain regulatory clearance for mergers and acquisitions and joint ventures. On the investigation side, Gabriel advises clients regarding investigations for anticompetitive agreements and practices, including cartels and abuses of a dominant position. He also advise clients in the implementation of compliance programs related to antitrust matters. In addition, Gabriel has extensive experience advising clients on banking, commercial, and energy matters, as well as in M&A transactions.
In recent years, Gabriel has represented clients in a broad range of industries, such as Arendal, Banco del Bajío, Cardinal Health, Grupo Gigante, Iberdrola, Koch Industries, Newell Rubbermaid, Office Depot de Mexico, Procter & Gamble, and Scotiabank.
Gabriel regularly speaks at conferences and publishes articles on competition law and government regulation. He is consistently ranked in Legal 500 and Who's Who Legal Mexico.
Antitrust Alert: Mexican Competition Commission Accepts Commitments and Revokes Monopolization Fine Imposed on Telcel
Antitrust Alert: Mexico's Competition Commission determines that Telcel has market power in mobile telephony
- Escuela Libre de Derecho (LL.M. 2009); Universidad Intercontinental (J.D. 2000)
- Legal 500 Latin America — recommended for competition & antitrust in Mexico (2014-2017)
- Spanish and English