Founder partner of Agenove, Campos Solano & Vázques Rendón Abogados, S.C. Law firm, which specializes on corporate law and litigation. Part-time professor and Coordinator of the subject Business Law, at ITAM’s Academic Law Department (Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México).
Master’s degree in Private Law at Universidad Iberoamericana and Law degree at Universidad Veracruzana.
Andrea has studied in seminars and courses imparted by Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM), Instituto Iberoamericano de Derecho y Finanzas (IIDF), International Chamber of Commerce México (ICC), Colegio de Notarios, and Asociación Nacional del Notariado Mexicano.
Experienced in notarial and corporate legal areas, she has been Partner and General Manager at Agenove Corporativo Law Firm, and she has been legal advisor for the Legal Manager at Office Depot and Grupo Chedraui; leader in the coordination and development of corporate optimization movements (restructuring), such as mergers, splits and acquisitions for Carrefour Mexico by Grupo Chedraui.
Legal Manager at ARA: Shopping malls division, and legal administrator of family business with Holding schemes and foreign investment.
Experienced in trademarks and commercial advertisement, targeting MIPYMES (Micro, small and medium business); transnational corporations, franchise acquisitions, and other intellectual and industrial property related topics.
She has taught Corporate and Business Law assignments at Universidad Veracruzana (UV) and at Universidad del Valle de México (UVM) at their Executive Development Center for bachelors and masters. External legal consultant for public and private sector, she has coordinated several legal outsourcing processes and led corporate audits, focusing on Compliance. Aspiring candidate to the First Citizen Participation Committee of the National Anticorruption System.
Topics of Interest
- Business Law
- Commercial and Civil Law
- Corporate Governance
- Intellectual Property
- Mergers Acquisitions and Alliances
- Due Dilligence
- Compliance (anti corruption practices)