Mr. Fernando Yllanes Ramos and Mr. Alfonso Noriega Cantú meet in Mexico City to found their law firm. Two years later, both professionals take separate paths to pursue their goals, giving life to Yllanes Ramos Law Firm.
Fernando Yllanes Ramos is appointed Counselor of the Mexican employers’ sector and member of the “Drafting Commission of the Aims and Purposes of the International Labor Organization” to incorporate the new principles into the ILO’s Constitution in the post-war era and introduce them at the Conference of Philadelphia.
Fernando Yllanes Ramos began his participation as a member of the ILO’s Governing Body, which lasted until 1987.
Fernando Yllanes Ramos is appointed member of the Assembly and Technical Council of the IMSS.
Fernando Yllanes Ramos meets with Mahatma Gandhi to exchange thoughts with the Indian pacifist.
Fernando Yllanes Gaxiola graduated from Lincoln College of the University of Oxford in Comparative Law.
Fernando Yllanes Gaxiola is appointed Permanent Advisor to the Board of Directors of the National Chamber of the Textile Industry.
Fernando Yllanes Ramos is appointed president of the Rotary Club of Mexico.
Fernando Yllanes Ramos participates in the drafting of the reform to the Federal Labor Law published in 1970.
Fernando Yllanes Ramos is awarded the National Jurisprudence Award from the Mexican Bar Association, one of the highest honors given to the most outstanding lawyers in Mexico.
Fernando Yllanes Martínez is appointed president of the Illustrious and National Bar Association of Mexico for the term 2000 – 2004.
Fernando Yllanes Martínez is appointed as Titular Member of the ILO’s Governing Body.
ernando Yllanes Martínez participates in the drafting and negotiation of the labor chapter of the USMCA and the reform of the Federal Labor Law of Mexico.