More than 25 years of specialized experience in labor, commercial and international law, serving as official in the Conciliation and Arbitration Board of Nuevo León (1992-1995), Associate of Baker & McKenzie (1999; 2001-2007), former President of the Nuevo León Chapter of the Mexican Bar Association (2010-2012), and partner in Leal Isla & Horváth, SC (2007-Present), among others.
Recognized by Chambers (2010), Who's Who (2014) and Best Lawyers (2019). Acquisition of numerous postgraduate degrees in DIP, international trade, comparative law, international dispute resolution and energy law from the University of Paris II, Fordham Law School (NY) and UDEM.
Relevant experience in corporate and business law, as well as Venture Capital and Private Equity deals for the past 10 years in Mexico and in cross-border transactions with a strong network of relationships enabling to support clients with sophisticated legal services, as well as with important networking connections in order to help grow their businesses.
Experience in real estate investments, representing multinational companies in their corporate affairs, advising in contract negotiations, purchase of assets agreements, represent family offices regarding their investments in start-ups, including due-diligence process and term-sheet drafting; and designing corporate governance and trust instruments for business and personal purposes.
Experience in labor, real estate, administrative, corporate and commercial law at the law firms Serna & Asociados (2007-2008) and Cacheaux, Cavazos & Newton (2009); and Secretary of the Committee for Relations with the Media of the College of Mediators of Nuevo León (2008).
Invited by the University of Berkeley in California to participate in various International Leadership events, and participated in the VIS10N project in the Mexico Initiative, remaining one of the best projects in its category. He has been a participant and speaker at various National Labor Law Assemblies. and Social Welfare, as well as a participant in the XV Ibero-American Congress of Law and Information Technology.