Maria Eugenia Ortega has focused her practice on administrative and constitutional law, participating both in advisory and litigation. Her experience includes different cases, varying from the energy sector (especially across the recently Energy Reform) to infrastructure projects and real estate, in which she has assisted several clients of both public and private sector.

Regarding litigation and proceeding matters, Maria Eugenia has participated on different cases, administrative proceedings and amparo proceedings across several industries such as, highways concessions, railways, telecommunications, other infrastructure projects, financial markets, health, and a variety of cases that involve financial governmental liability.

Maria Eugenia has also provided consultancy support in connection with the implementation and operation of federal auto-transportation projects (in the highways and railways sectors), and renewable energy projects, including urban solid waste treatment for the generation of electric energy; closure of sanitary landfills and final waste disposal sites (and its remediation) taking part in the negotiation, design, revision and implementation of several actions for the financing and execution of such projects.

In accordance with her vast experience on regulatory matters, Maria Eugenia frequently participates in most of the transactional cases of the Firm, including due diligence and regulatory matters.

Before joining Rico, Robles, Libenson y Bernal, S.C., María Eugenia Ortega worked with a New York law firm in Mexico City.

Bachelor’s Degree in Law, Escuela Libre de Derecho


Bars and Courts
Authorized to practice law in Mexico