Attorneys at QIL+4 Abogados are known for their solid litigation and alternative dispute resolution practice, including international, commercial, and investment arbitration. We understand the challenges and risks of dispute management and have handled complex and technical litigation cases for our corporate and individual clients in the areas of civil, commercial, criminal, IP, banking, tax, administrative, and constitutional law.
Our Dispute Resolution practice includes:
Litigation and arbitration counseling in matters ranging from complex, multi-party related to foreign investment;
Regulatory or criminal investigations, stemming from legal controversies;
Local claims and multi-jurisdictional disputes;
Representing clients through all phases of administrative procedures and during the managing of conflict resolution that results from public contracting and concessions;
Domestic and international commercial and investment arbitration, involving different arbitration centers, rules, and fórums;
Representation and counseling in civil, commercial, administrative, constitutional, and unfair competition/antitrust claims and matters;
Alternative resolution mechanisms in conflicts, such as conciliation and mediation, among others; and
Review and analysis of litigation, disputes, contingencies, and risks in due diligence processes.
LAST RELATED CASES
Minera San Rafael – Legal defence in the constitutional actionto revoke an amparo action brought by environmental organizations against the Ministry of Energy and Mines regarding the 169 ILO Convention seeking to revoke its mining license
DAIMLER AG – Multi-jurisdiction and multi-party litigation and arbitration
Global pharmaceutical company – Multi-party civil and criminal litigation and handled a successful settlement agreement
The International Chamber Of Commerce (ICC) And The Commission On Arbitration And ADR Constituted The Task Force On
22 September 2016
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) provides dispute resolution services for individuals, businesses, states, state entities, and international organizations seeking for alternatives to court litigation A recently research survey concluded...
Corporate, Commercial, and Transactional
Labor and Employment
Banking and Finance
Energy, Public utilities and Infrastructure
Mergers and Acquisitions
Insurance and Reinsurance