Commercial Litigation in Mexico
Paseo de las Palmas 731, 11th Floor, Office 1101 &1102, Lomas de Chapultepec, Mexico City, 11700,
CAMYA is a law firm formed by specialists in different areas of law with long successful professional trajectories within prestigious firms in Mexico, as well as in multinational companies. It is currently registered and recognized by the specialized directory "The Legal 500".
Our lawyers are graduates from the best Mexican universities, who also have postgraduate or master’s degrees both in Mexico and abroad, which has allowed them to have the high level of preparation needed to attend sophisticated matters regarding Mexican and foreign clients, with entirely satisfactory results.
Our work in CAMYA is complemented and consolidated with the important presence and participation of several of its members in academic activities, which allow them to be up-to-date on legal changes and developments.
AREAS OF PRACTICE.
Specialization and sub-specialization have become a “must” for legal professionals within several fields of the law. In this perspective, the members of CAMYA have become high-level specialists within diverse legal fields, including, among others:
- Civil litigation
- Commercial Litigation
- Administrative Litigation
- Constitutional Litigation (Amparo, Constitutional Controversies, Actions of Unconstitutionality)
- Private Mediation
- Agrarian Law
- Wills and Estates
- Corporate Governance
- Corporate Law in general
- Mergers & Acquisitions and Strategic Alliances
- Contracts and Agreements
- Energy, Oil & Gas
- Real Estate (acquisitions, lease, fractional, touristic complexes, etc.)
- Health and Environmental Law
- Mining Law
- Gaming and Raffles
- State Liability
- Responsibility of Public Officials
- Foreign Investment
- Transportation and Logistics
- Intellectual Property
- Migration law
- Regulatory & Administrative matters
- Privacy and Personal Data Protection
- Consumer Protection and Protection to Users of Financial Services
Our mission is to offer professional specialized legal services of excellence under a very competitive level of fees compared with other firms with similar quality standards.
Likewise, we are committed to acquire a profound knowledge of the industries and business of our clients in order to offer them very personalized services focused on their needs, and with a business-oriented perspective, to effectively add value to them. The foregoing, in order to provide its clients with integral solutions to their problems and to implement effective strategies to prevent future conflicts.
CAMYA is a firm strongly engaged with the provision of legal services of excellence, but with the commitment to act always under national and international principles of ethics and honesty in favor of our clients and of society in general.
Our members are fully convinced that legal practice must respect all public and private standards of honesty and legality.
In CAMYA, we believe that time is of the essence for individuals and institutions, and we are thus committed to attend to our clients at all times in a timely and diligent manner.
We are fully convinced of the oaths inherent to our profession, and in such regard CAMYA´s members are committed to continue rendering pro-bono services in favor of those individuals and organizations without profit purposes that require our support. The foregoing, in order to achieve a more equitable treatment within our current society.Show more +
Mr. Aguilar holds a law degree from Universidad Panamericana (2002-2007).
He completed in 2007 a postgraduate degree in Procedural Law Institutions offered by Universidad Panamericana. He also completed in 2013 a postgraduate degree in Constitutional Lawsuits (“Amparo”), offered by Universidad Panamericana.
In 2016, Mr. Aguilar completed the LLM specialized in Economic Law at Universidad Panamericana.
Main Areas of Practice.
His professional practice has mainly focused on Civil, Commercial, Administrative, Agrarian and Constitutional Litigation. He has participated in cases related to shareholders conflicts, annulment of shareholders´ resolutions, enforcement and execution of agreements, as well as insolvency proceedings. Mr. Aguilar has also participated in proceedings related to ownership and possession of land allegedly subject to agrarian regime.
Among the matters in which he develops his professional activity, are special commercial proceedings (bonds, execution of guarantees, commercial competitions, among others), as well as controversies related to strict liability derived from the occurrence of commercial activities. Likewise, he has participated in litigation related to the ownership and possession of lands allegedly subject to the agrarian property regime, as well as in matters related to territorial limits.
Mr. Aguilar started his professional practice within the "Pro-bono Law Office of Universidad Panamericana", where he participated for 5 years, attending to civil and commercial litigation cases. As of August 2008, and until July 2014, Mr. Aguilar joined Barrera, Siqueiros y Torres Landa, S.C., in the civil and commercial litigation area. Currently, he is a founding partner of the law firm Cuellar, Aguilar, Morlett, Isla y Abogados, S.C., today CAMYA Abogados.
Mr. Aguilar has participated in many complex litigation cases related to validity of shareholders' resolutions regarding civil and commercial corporations. He has represented several foreign financial entities in proceedings related to strict liability from the usage of dangerous mechanisms prevailing in all those cases, achieving in all cases the acquittal of the client. Mr. Aguilar has also represented different national and foreign companies in complex trials before Agrarian Courts and the Supreme Court of Justice, regarding ownership of land allegedly under agrarian regime.
He has participated in Pro bono activities for "Pro-bono law Office of Universidad Panamericana", as well as for the Santa Fe Community Center.
Mr. Aguilar was a professor on Constitutional Procedural Law at Universidad Panamericana. Likewise, he has been a professor along with Mr. Omar Cuellar in the lecture of Bankruptcy Proceedings and Forensic Practice in Constitutional Lawsuits (“Amparo”), at same university. He has given lectures as a substitute teacher of Mr. Omar Cuellar, of Constitutional Lawsuits (“Amparo II”) at the Universidad Anahuac del Norte and Commercial Law II (Negotiable Instruments and Credit Transactions) at Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City Campus. Additionally, he has taught Civil Procedure Law.Show more +