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Omar Guerrero Rodríguez

Mexico City

Omar Guerrero Rodríguez
English, Spanish
Practice Group

Whether practicing civil or commercial litigation, arbitration or antitrust, Omar Guerrero is a lawyer that has paid the "10 thousand-hour rule."

Based in Mexico City, Omar co-heads the arbitration and litigation practice as well as the antitrust practice of our Mexico offices. Omar knows the importance of being a team player, providing bold solutions for clients, and the merits of being a fierce competitor.

Omar joined Hogan Lovells (formerly Barrera, Siqueiros y Torres Landa) in 1993, immediately after graduating top of his class and summa cum laude. He became partner in 2000. He holds three post-graduate degrees including an LL.M from LSE (with merits). Since joining the firm, he has advised companies in the pharmaceutical, hospitality, telecom, food, construction, IT, and agro-business industries to advance their business objectives whether in a dispute or antitrust matters.

Omar is a passionate litigator. His storytelling and advocacy has convinced domestic and international arbitral tribunals, judges throughout Mexico, and even justices at the Supreme Court to rule in his client's favor. He has also acted as arbitrator in domestic and international disputes where he sits — at the other side of the table — deciding cases in which he's entrusted. Omar has also developed a significant practice in administrative litigation, including discrimination cases.

Antitrust is Omar's other passion. He helps companies in mergers, cartel investigations, and other antitrust-related proceedings. He embraces a hands-on approach when tackling his cases. He advises, trains, teaches, and lives antitrust law. Omar tries cases before competition authorities and federal courts, including the Supreme Court.

Omar also enjoys academia. He has written more than 40 thought leadership pieces on competition, litigation, and arbitration, and he speaks on the topics regularly. These experiences instill in Omar a commitment to provide valuable solutions for clients.

"An impressive lawyer whose arbitration work is simply amazing also 'an expert in the litigation field, who is well versed in the rapidly changing legislative landscape of Mexico.'"

Chambers and Partners

Representative experience

Represented a major candy-coded manufacturer in competition and commercial litigation. Several precedents in antitrust law arose from this litigation.

Defend before local and federal courts a leading company in the trade insurance industry in a commercial litigation with a mobile carrier.

Co-represented a Mexican-American joint venture in the home appliances industry in an international arbitration proceeding.

Representation before administrative company in discrimination proceedings. and administrative litigation.

Representation of creditors in some of the most relevant reorganization and Mexican bankruptcy proceedings.

Representation of key agents in cartel investigations, vertical restraints and concentrations in different important markets of the Mexican industry.

Represented a global spirits company in a real estate dispute over the plot in which its largest bottling facility is located.

Represent a global IT company in a commercial dispute before federal courts against a mobile carrier over software leasing agreement.

Education and admissions


  • LL.M., with merits, London School of Economics and Political Science, 1997
  • Postgraduate Course, Commercial Law, Escuela Libre de Derecho, 1995
  • Postgraduate Course, International Business Transactions, Escuela Libre de Derecho, 1994
  • Law Degree, Universidad Iberoamericana, León Campus, 1991


  • Head of the Antitrust/Competition Section of the Mexican Bar Association
  • Member, Mexican Bar Association (Barra Mexicana Colegio de Abogados)
  • Member, U.S. Mexican Bar Association (USMBA)


Lawyer of the Year

The Best Lawyers in Mexico


Dispute Resolution: Litigation (Mexico)

Chambers Global


Dispute Resolution: Arbitration (Mexico)

Chambers Global



Who's Who Legal

2015, 2017

LACCA Approved: Antitrust, Litigation

Latin American Corporate Counsel Association (LACCA)


Best of the Year Award

Universidad Iberoamericana León, with a final GPA of 9.98 on a scale of 1 to 10


Bankruptcy and Restructuring

The Legal 500 Latin America


Dispute Resolution

The Legal 500 Latin America


Competition and Antitrust

The Legal 500 Latin America

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