Rocío Olea Salgado focuses her practice on business and competition law, including compliance and transactional issues in the technology, e-commerce, product manufacturing, pharmaceutical, and other industries, as well as economic and competitive issues, including the review and notification of mergers, concentrations and investigations of alleged antitrust activities before the Mexican Antitrust Agency (Comisión Federal de Competencia Económica).
She represents foreign and Mexican entities on a broad range of corporate and business-related matters, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, corporate restructuring processes, implementing compliance policies and commercial matters. Rocío has experience representing Mexican and international companies from different sectors in all stages of their life cycle, including the implementation of start-up and growth-stage processes, as well as the undertaking of administrative procedures before government agencies.
- Mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures
- Information Technology
- Cartel and vertical restraints and merger control processes
- Regulatory compliance
- Advice and compliance