Camilo’s practice focuses on commercial arbitration, civil and commercial litigation, and reorganization and bankruptcy practice in complex and high-value cases. He heads our Monterrey Dispute Resolution (Litigation, Arbitration, Reorganization) practice and is a well-known and respected lawyer with significant experience, who works closely with our Dispute Resolutions attorneys in our Mexico City office. Camilo has significant experience in domestic and international arbitration proceedings (the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and National Chamber of Commerce of Mexico City (CANACO)).
He is a former chair of the Committee of Commercial Law of the Mexican Bar Association Chapter Nuevo Leon, and is currently Vice President of the Arbitration Commission of the ICC Chapter Nuevo Leon.
Camilo received his law degree in 1999 from Centro Universitario México, Div. Estudios Superiores (Universidad Marista), and a master in Amparo, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León (UANL). Camilo’s academic achievements also include: Advance courses in North American Law (Georgetown University Law Center- Universidad Iberoamericana), Contracts, (Universidad Iberoamericana) and International Commercial Arbitration, International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) – Universidad de Monterrey (UDEM). He also participated in the Seminar on Business Reorganizations, Instituto Federal de Especialistas de Concursos Mercantiles (IFECOM).
- Licenciatura en Derecho 1999, Centro Universitario México, División de Estudios Superiores (CUM Des), Mexico.
- Maestría en Derecho de Amparo 2013, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, Mexico.
- XXII Diplomado de Arbitraje ICC MEXICO- UDEM 2014.
- Diplomado en Derecho Norteamericano 2001, Georgetown University Law Center, EEUU. / Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico.
- Bankruptcy and Restructuring
- Civil and Commercial Litigation
- Commercial Arbitration
- Represented a bondholder within the restructuring of the major Mexican glassmaker, under the concept of a pre-packed plan.
- Successfully represented the lessor in the insolvency proceeding of a Mexican airline in which the lessor repossessed an aircraft.
- Successfully represented a Mexican client with a national presence in the market for evaporative coolers in connection with a voluntary reorganization proceeding in which a plan of reorganization was achieved, involving more than a thousand creditors.
- Represents John Deere in arbitration, against a compensatory damage claim related to the termination of a distribution agreement under CANACO rules.
- Represents an arbitration under ICC Rules of a major leading chemical products company against a European contractor.
- Represents two international arbitrations under ICC Rules concerning SPA’s disputes between sellers and purchasers under ICC Rules.