Aldo Cain Mendoza Rodriguez


Aldo Cain Mendoza Rodriguez


Aldo Mendoza is a tax and general business lawyer with extensive experience in tax litigation, administrative litigation, and tax consultancy for a wide range of industry sectors. Aldo has handled administrative law actions, nullity actions, amparo actions, and appeals of reconsideration, review, revocation, and rehearing. His appeals practice tends to focus on tax litigation and administrative litigation, including trademarks, government procurement, foreign trade, and customs.

Aldo has a history of obtaining important provisional remedies, suspensions, and security measures in a variety of settings and legal proceedings. He has also participated in several different challenges of local and federal laws through constitutional remedy (juicio de amparo), in which the Mexican courts have agreed that the statutes were unconstitutional.

He represents clients in municipal, local and federal procedures, and has represented them before the Supreme Court of Justice, federal trial courts, federal tax and administrative law courts, and local administrative law courts.

Representative Experience

  • Bupa Insurance Co.
  • ClubCorp Inc.
  • Comdisco de México S.A. de C.V.
  • Dalkia Energía y Servicios S.A. de C.V.
  • Dril-Quip Inc.
  • Ediciones Castillo S.A. de C.V.
  • Enlace INT S.A. de C.V.
  • Grupo Axo
  • HDI Gerling de México S.A. de C.V.
  • Herbalife Ltd.
  • Hule y Silicón S.A. de C.V.
  • Leeco Steel LLC
  • Sanofi Aventis de México S.A. de C.V.
  • Tesco Corp.
  • U-Storage de México S.A. de C.V.
  • World Acceptance Corp.
  • EF Johnson Technologies Inc.
  • KCA Deutag Drilling Ltd.
  • TTI Inc.
  • IDEXX Laboratories Inc.
  • Brightstar de Mexico, S.A. de C.V.
  • Ford Motor Credit de Mexico, S.A. de C.V., Sofom
  • Alex Musical, S.A. de C.V.
  • GTECH Corp.

Awards and Recognition

  • The Legal 500 Latin America – Tax (2017)
  • Honorific Mention, Universidad Panamericana (2012)
  • Academic Excellence, Universidad Iberoamericana (2009)

Community Involvement

  • Assistant Professor of Tax Law, Universidad Iberoamericana


  • Spanish
  • English
26 April 2024 Article

Increased Tariffs on Imports of Selected Products

As an additional measure to those taken last year, the Federal Government again modified the Law of General Import and Export Taxes (Ley de los Impuestos Generales de Importación y Exportación) in order to provide fair conditions to national industry and prevent bad practices in international trade, promoting the development of national industry and supporting the domestic market to balance the situation faced with the global market that has taken place as a consequence of the nearshoring phenomenon.
08 March 2024 Article

New Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanisms in Tax and Administrative Matters

The new General Law of Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanisms recently became effective, which will allow companies and individuals to negotiate with tax and administrative authorities through alternative dispute resolution to resolve disputes that arise between them, before, during, and even after the processing of any lawsuit before the Federal Court of Administrative Justice.
20 December 2023 Deals and Wins

Foley Team Secures Favorable Resolution in Wheeling Charges Constitutional Trial in Mexico

Foley & Lardner México S.C. represented its client, an international renewable power generation company, before the Mexican Federal Courts against an administrative order to increase wheeling charges for renewable and efficient cogeneration legacy energy projects in Mexico.
18 October 2023 Article

Mexican Government Promotes Nearshoring Through Tax Benefits

05 July 2023 Article

VAT tax consequences due to the offsetting of debts

In any type of transaction, it is usual for two parties to enter into a debtor/creditor relationship and use the legal concept of compensation as a method of payment for their respective debts, making it easy to comply with their obligations without the need for the movement of money.
02 June 2023

Mexican Supreme Court of Justice Invalidates Key Provision in Federal Tax Code That Authorized the Disclosure of PII by Federal Tax Agency

The Mexican Supreme Court of Justice ruled to invalidate the last paragraph of Article 17-F of the Mexican Federal Tax Code, which allowed requests be made to the Mexican Tax Administration Service (Servicio de Administración Tributaria) to verify and authenticate electronic signature certificates and to disclose to any third party personal identifiable information (PII) to verify the identity of users of electronic signatures, including biometric information, without prior consent by users.