Salomón E. Padilla Duarte studied at Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, presenting his thesis titled, “Constitutional Implications of the Internet”. He started his practice in 1995. He has taken courses in Telecommunications Law at Universidad Iberoamericana, Campus Santa Fé and “Antitrust” at Universidad Panamericana.
Mr Padilla Duarte specialised in Web, Water, Telecommunications, Transportation and Electricity Services Law at Universidad Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, Spain. He has litigated before administrative authorities, local and federal courts, nullity and appeal trials. Today he is the advisor and legal representative of telecommunication companies, TIC’s, builders and infrastructure and marketing operators.
Mr Padilla Duarte is the Vice President and Advisor of the ATIM, Asociación de Telecomunicaciones Independientes de México, A.C. and Secretary of FATEM, Federación de Telecomunicaciones de Mesoamérica.
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