David Quezada has been Of Counsel in the Corporate and Regulatory Affairs departments of Arochi & Lindner Mexico office since 2015. He has more than 20 years of experience in corporate, public sector and regulatory matters.
His corporate practice includes advising in all stages of a business lifecycle, from the incorporation of a company, to operation, control, contract negotiation and drafting, foreign investment participation, merge, acquisition, and even the dissolution and winding up of companies. David has extensive experience providing strategic counsel to national and foreign companies, particularly in highly regulated sectors, in order to facilitate their core activities, as well as to keep companies up-to-date on the current state of regulation and prepare alternative regulatory proposals that can be filed to respective authorities. David also provides legal counsel regarding advertising law, as well as on the privacy and personal data protection areas.
In addition, he provides advice to agencies and decentralized bodies of the Federal and State Government in all important aspects relating to the preparation and formulation of regulatory drafts including regulatory impact assesment and improvement of performance indicators. David has a notable track record in the field of public service where he served, as Director General of Regulatory Impact Assessment and Director General of Legal Affairs at the Federal Commission for Regulatory Improvement (COFEMER) as well as Deputy Director General for International Affairs and Director for Legal and National Commission on Foreign Investments Affairs at the General Directorate on Foreign Investment of the Ministry of Economy.
David holds a Law Degree from the Universidad Iberoamericana and a Master’s Degree in Latin American Government and Politics, from the University of Essex (UK). In addition, he has taught at Postgraduate Level in a number of universities in Mexico, including Universidad Panamericana and Universidad Iberoamericana and at the Instituto Nacional de Ciencias Penales.