Daniella specializes in the areas of antitrust, telecommunications and foreign trade. She advised in rules of origin, verification audits and in the Administrative and Customs Matter Proceeding (PAMA). She worked for 7 years in the Federal Economic Competition Commission and the Federal Telecommunications Institute getting involved in cases regarding abuse of dominance, cartels and unlawful mergers, as well as verifying the compliance of conditions imposed to mergers.
Daniella has a solid experience in the trial-like procedure before both antitrust authorities. She was involved in procedures to determine market conditions and collaborated in the elaboration of applicable regulation in the Federal Telecommunications Institute. Daniella also conducted interlocutory proceedings regarding compliance and enforcement of the determinations of the Board of Commissioners.
Daniella obtained her law degree from Universidad Iberoamericana and her LL.M. in Competition Law from King’s College London. Additionally, she has coursework in Regulation at Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económica, Instruction in the U.S. Law at Fordham Law School and Telecommunications and Competition at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México.