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Gil Alonso Zenteno García

Tax/ Social Security



Law degree, with honors, Universidad La Salle.

Postgraduate studies in tax law, commercial law and administrative law, Universidad Panamericana.

Participant in the "Program of Instruction for Lawyers", Harvard University School.

Pursuing a Master's Degree in Financial Law, Universidad La Salle.


Tax law, customs law, foreign trade, administrative law, constitutional law and social security.


International Bar Association (IBA).

Mexican Bar Association.

National Association of Corporate Lawyers (ANADE).

Mexican Institute of Finance Executives (IMEF);

Colegio de Contadores Públicos de México; special partner.

He is the author of tax and social security articles published in specialized magazines, among others:

- Tax Litigation in Mexico: Overview.
- New Presumption in favor of the Tax Authority: Improper Transfer of Tax Losses.
- "Buying invoices", do not put your assets or your freedom at risk.
- New Exclusive Judgment on the Merits before the Tax Court of Administrative Justice.
- Social Security: Are Gratuities Included in the Base Wage?
- Deductibility of Airline Pilots' and Flight Attendants' Per Diems.
- Fiscal Planning and Review by the Authorities.
- Development and Actuality of Real Estate Investment Vehicles: Priority in Tax Policy.
- Economic Repercussions of the Classification of Companies in the Occupational Risks Insurance.

He has participated in television, radio, internet and newspaper interviews on tax issues.


Professor of tax law and administrative law courses at Universidad La Salle.

Professor at the Marist University undergraduate program in tax procedural law and tax law.

Professor of tax and constitutional procedural law at the Instituto Tecnológico y Autónomo de México (ITAM).

Consultant and litigator, 30 years of experience strategically advising companies.

Speaker before the plenary of ministers of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation of arguments of unconstitutionality in the amparo proceedings against the Flat Rate Business Tax Law.

Panelist at the Forum on the Interpretation of Tax Regulations at the invitation of the Senate of the Republic.

Speaker at several events on tax reforms organized by associations, bar associations, organizations and chambers, including: ANADE, Barra Mexicana, Colegio de Abogados, American Chamber of Commerce, Canadian Chamber of Commerce.


Latin Lawyer, "Under 40 Mexico's Young Guns".

Tax Defense, recognized as one of the most important tax lawyers in Mexico.

Revista Expansión; recognized as one of the best lawyers in Mexico.

Chamber & Partners Latin America, Legal 500, Who's Who Legal, and Tax Disputes Leader, recognized for several years as one of the best tax lawyers in Mexico.