Jorge Arrambide has been a member of Santos Elizondo since 2005 and his specialization covers the areas of energy, agrarian, administrative and corporate law. He currently coordinates the Heavy Industry Committee and the Pro Bono Committee of the firm. He is also president of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Monterrey; leader of the Regulatory Committee of the Energy Cluster of Nuevo Leon; and president of the National Energy Technical Committee of the IMEF.
His professional practice focuses on regulatory issues, including procedures and litigation before federal, state and municipal authorities such as CRE, CENACE, SEMARNAT, PROFECO, CNBV, COFEPRIS, CONDUSEF and others. Likewise, he has represented clients in international transactions from their incorporation to the start-up of their projects and new investments.
In academic matters, he is a professor of electricity regulation in the postgraduate course at UANL, as well as of the legal framework for electricity and energy policy in the UDEM postgraduate program and co-author of the book "Alternative Mechanisms of settlement of disputes in regulated sectors in Ibero-America”.