Francisco Palmero focuses his practice in tax consultation and tax audit procedures related to federal taxes and the application of the benefits of double tax treaties. Francisco has significant experience in tax and constitutional litigation.
Francisco started his professional career practicing administrative law in a boutique firm. He later practiced litigation at a large tax firm in Mexico City. After a stint at another tax firm, he joined Barrera, Siqueiros y Torres Landa (now Hogan Lovells BSTL).
Francisco is a member of the Tax Committee of the Mexican Bar Association and participates in meetings and conferences related to domestic and international tax matters.
Areas of Focus
Advise and support several tax audit procedures performed for a large Mexican company that paid royalties abroad for the use of trademarks.
Advised one of the biggest air cargo companies in the Valued Added Tax Treatment for its operations in Mexico.
Litigate important Value Added Tax before the courts related to the application of Value Added Tax to personal homes in Mexico.
Strategized plan to recover taxes from a huge royalty operation in Mexico.
Counsel on constitutional litigation for clients related to important 2014 tax reforms in Mexico.