Luis Enrique Graham has extensive experience in complex civil and commercial litigation, and alternative dispute resolution procedures. He also counsels clients in connection with anti-corruption regulations, including FCPA (and other US regulations), local anti-corruption regulations in Mexico and other international instruments, and has conducted several FCPA investigations in Mexico and Latin America.
Mr Graham is recognised as a top-ranked litigation, arbitration and investigations practitioner by Chambers Global, Who’s Who Legal: Commercial Arbitration, Who’s Who Legal: Business Lawyers, and the Latin Lawyer survey of top law firms and lawyers active in the Latin American anti-corruption space. He is the only Mexican attorney recognised as an outstanding investigations practitioner by Who’s Who Legal: Global Investigations Review.
He is former president of the Mexican Bar Association and is a member of its disciplinary board. He has been member of the advisory committee of the Ministry of Public Administration (2011–2012) and the advisory committee of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2012–present), both of the Mexican government.