Jorge Kargl Pavía is a senior associate in the competition and antitrust practice at the firm. He obtained his law degree (LLB) with honours from the Facultad Libre de Derecho de Monterrey in 2006 and his master of laws degree (LLM) in public law as top of his class from Mexico City's Universidad Anahuac in 2013. He has also undertaken postgraduate studies in economics and competition law at Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City and has a postgraduate diploma in economic regulation from the Mexican Federal Commission of Regulatory Improvement. Mr Kargl also has experience working at an international law firm's antitrust and competition practice group in Brussels, Belgium. Mr Kargl has also been selected for inclusion in Euromoney's LMG Rising Stars for years 2015, 2016 and 2017 and as a Future Leader In Who's Who Legal and Global Competition Review's "WWL: Competition -Future Leaders" in 2017. He joined the firm in 2013 and is a member of the Mexico's National Association of Corporate Lawyers, the international legal fraternity Phi Delta Phi (Salinas Martínez Chapter) and the International Law Society at the Facultad Libre de Derecho de Monterrey.
Mr Kargl is co-author of several articles, the latest including: 'Jurisdiction of Antitrust Authorities in Mexico: The case of the Nokia / Alcatel-Lucent merger', published by Expert Guides (Euromoney) in 2016; the 'Mexico' chapter in the publication 'The Dominance and Monopolies Review', published by Law Business Research, in 2015 and 2016; the 'Mexico' chapter in 'The Dominance and Monopolies Review', published by Law Business Research in 2015, 2016 and 2017, 'Mexico: New Antitrust Authorities and a New Federal Economic Competition Law', published by the Journal of European Competition Law & Practice, Oxford University Press in 2014, 'Immunity, Sanctions & Settlements', published by Global Competition Review in 2014 and 2015 and 'A new era in Mexican Antitrust Enforcement', published by the International Bar Association's Latin American Regional Forum in 2012.
Jurisdiction of Antitrust Authorities in Mexico, a follow-up: the case of AT&T’s acquisition of Time Warner (the second precedent)In the 2016 edition of LMG Rising Stars 2016, we analysed the implications and reasoning set forth in the ruling issued by the Mexican Second Collegiate Circuit Court specialized in competition, broadcasting and telecommunications matters (the “Circuit Court”) in the context of the Nokia /...