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roberto.serra@camya.mx

Attorney-at-Law with more than 20 years of experience acquired in important and recognized Law Firms in México. Specialist in administrative and constitutional advisory, consultancy and litigation, his specialization has focused mainly on matters related to amparo proceedings in administrative matters, constitutional disputes and actions of unconstitutionality, consultancy and litigation in public contracting, health Law, environmental Law, consumer protection, energy Law, mining Law, gaming and raffles, responsibility of public officials, State liability, expropriation and industrial property. He has sponsored several complex and sensitive cases in agrarian matters.

  • Constitutional consultancy and litigation (Amparo Proceedings, Constitutional Disputes and Actions of Unconstitutionality).
  • Public Contracting.
  • Health Law.
  • Environmental Law.
  • Consumer Protection.
  • Energy Law.
  • Mining Law.
  • Gaming and Raffles.
  • Responsibility of Public Officials.
  • State Liability.
  • Expropriation.
  • Industrial Property.
  • Agrarian Law.

He began his professional practice at Notary Public 186 in Mexico City. He was senior associate in two different periods in the Law Firm Hamdan, Manzanero y Asociados. He was associate of the administrative consultancy and litigation department in the Law Firm Creel, García-Cuellar and Müggenburg (currently Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez). He was founding partner of the Law Firm Gutiérrez Vázquez y Serra. Currently he is partner of CAMYA Abogados.

Participated in many complex and strategic litigation cases related to public contracting, highlighting the long-term services provision contract (PPS) of the Collective Transportation System of Mexico City, as well as in underwater mining concessions, seaport and airport concessions of national and international companies.

His extensive experience has led him to participate in constitutional disputes before the Supreme Court of Justice filed by Local and Municipal governments. He sponsored amparo proceedings regarding interconnection fees, as well as highly complex expropriation administrative proceedings. In his career, he has represented transnational pharmaceutical companies on issues of trademarks, patents and health records, as well as several transnational corporations before the Administrative and Agrarian Courts.

He has participated in pro-bono activities for several Foundations and Private Assistance Institutions.

He is professor of Constitutional Proceedings II (“Amparo II”) at the Universidad La Salle, Mexico City campus and he has been professor of Administrative Litigation and Civil Law at the same University.

He has participated as synodal at Escuela Libre de Derecho and the Universidad La Salle and collaborated in Administrative Law and Amparo Proceedings at the Universidad Anáhuac, Norte campus.

He has given lectures of Procedural Aspects of the Amparo Proceedings II in the LLM level degree at the Universidad Iberoamericana, Torreón campus and for three consecutive years he has participated as a specialist speaker in “Administrative and Tax Amparo Proceedings” of the Diploma of Amparo Proceedings in the House of Legal Culture “Justice Raúl Castellano Jiménez” (“Casa de la Cultura Jurídica Ministro Raúl Castellano Jiménez”) of the Supreme Court of Justice in Torreón, Coahuila.

  • JD degree by the Universidad La Salle, Mexico City campus awarded with meritorious average.
  • LLM degree (Master of Laws) in Administrative Law by the Universidad Panamericana, Mexico City campus.
  • LLM (Master of Laws) in Supranationalism Law by the Escuela Libre de Derecho.
  • Postgraduate degree in Tax Law by the Universidad Panamericana, Mexico City campus.
  • Diploma course in Energy Law by the Escuela Libre de Derecho.

Spanish and English.

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