Montserrat Quintana has more than eight years of experience providing legal advice to companies in notifications of concentrations and in investigations of abuse of dominance and cartels carried out by the Mexican Economic Competition Commission (COFECE).
Montserrat also has experience in administrative litigation in respect of resolutions issued by COFECE and other governmental agencies.
Before Montserrat joined the Firm, she worked as in-house lawyer in a group of companies, advising multiple business units active in various markets in competition and antitrust proceedings before COFECE and IFT.
Represented Nexxus Capital, in obtaining the antitrust approval for the sale of all shares representing the capital stock of the company that operated the "Carl's Junior" restaurants.
Represented Tresalia, in obtaining the antitrust approval for the sale of Medistik to Grupo Traxión.
Represented Billpocket, in obtaining the antitrust approval for the sale of its business to Kushki.