Alan González is an associate with Noriega y Escobedo since 2016. His previous experience includes working as a law clerk in Notary 97 and as a litigator in another Mexican prestigious law firm.
His litigation practice includes attending administrative procedures, verification procedures and sanction impositions, review and revocation recourses before federal, state and local authorities, as well as judicial defense of several companies through appeals, trials and administrative recourses.
As part of his experience in Antitrust and Competition Law, he takes part in the drafting and reviewing of civil and mercantile contracts from an antitrust point of view; developing compliance courses for the matter; analyzing, studying and counselling in antitrust; and attending investigation procedures and providing counselling in connection with the leniency program.
He also assists different companies in the analysis and drafting of contracts, ordinary and extraordinary shareholders meetings, and company incorporations.
He has assisted to several seminars, workshops and panels, among them Advanced Negotiation Techniques with the Barra Mexicana de Abogados; the Competition and Regulation organized by the Mexican Minister for Economy and the OECD; Antitrust Sessions by the Federal Commission of Economic Competition; forums on Antitrust topics with the International Chamber of Commerce and the American Bar Association ; and the 18th International Seminar for Anti-Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing.
Areas of practice
- Competition and Antitrust Law
- Administrative Litigation
Academic background and affiliations
Mr. González has a Bachelor Degree in Law obtained with the Universidad Anáhuac, and is currently studying a Master of Laws, specializing in U.S. Law (LL.M) with the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.
English, Spanish and German