Rodrigo Ramírez's practice is focused on civil and commercial litigation proceedings before Mexican courts, and his experience also includes representing a leading mining company in Mexico.
Rodrigo has represented major domestic and foreign corporations in matters involving contractual disputes as well as corporate disputes, including shareholders challenges to corporate resolutions and directors' liability matters. Additionally, he advises on claims involving financial institutions, unfair competition, and insolvency.
More recently, Rodrigo has advised Mexico's largest bank acting as a creditor in several debt instruments and a major retail company in a claim with several suppliers, both with an aggregated value of US$21 million.
Rodrigo also has been involved in several investigative procedures initiated by the Federal Commission of Economic Competition in the areas of medicine distribution, medical analysis, the railway industry, and banking .
- Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City (J.D. with honors 2011); Pontificia Universidad Católica, Argentina (Diploma in International Law 2008)
- Recognized for competition and antitrust law in the 2020 edition of The Legal 500 Latin America guide
- Spanish and English