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Phone: +52 55 5282-4608

Paseo de Tamarindos 90 Torre 1 Piso 14 Suite 1420

Mexico City, CDMX 5120

Jose Rodriguez Marquez

Profession:

Attorney at Law, Arbitrator, Mediator

Current Employer:

Bufete Rodriguez Marquez S.C.

Areas of Expertise:

✔ Contract Disputes ✔ Energy including oil and gas
✔ International ✔ Mergers & Acquisitions
✔ Shareholder Disputes

Experience:

Arbitrator and mediator of international and multicultural commercial, corporate, construction and energy disputes, dealing with nine figure transactions.

Practicing transnational attorney for more than 30 years in: real state, hospitality, commercial, private financing and mergers and acquisitions.

Work History:

• Associate.- Santamarina y Steta. (Mexico City, 1979-1984) • Visiting Lawyer.- Baker Botts. (Houston, 1982) • Of Counsel.- Susman & Associates. (Chicago, upon request) • Partner.- Bufete Rodriguez Marquez, S.C. (Mexico City, 1986-present)

Cases:

  • Rules of “Centro de Arbitraje de Mexico” (CAM).- Place of Arbitration: Mexico City.- Mexican laws.- dispute from a construction and exploitation agreement for infrastructure works, between a municipal entity and a Mexican private company, for an amount of seven figures in US dollars.- Sole Arbitrator.
  • Ad hoc Arbitration.- Place of Arbitration: Mexico City.- Mexican laws.- controversy from a breach of contract, subject to the Law of Acquisitions, Leases and Services of the Public Sector, between a federal entity and a Mexican private company, for an amount of five figures in US dollars.- Sole Arbitrator.
  • Ad hoc Arbitration.- Place of Arbitration: Mexico City.- Mexican laws.- dispute from a distribution agreement, between a Swedish company and a Mexican corporation, for an amount of eight figures in US dollars.- Co-counsel of the foreign company.
  • CAMCA Rules (Commercial Arbitration and Mediation Centre for the Americas).- Place of Arbitration: Mexico City.- New York and Mexican laws.- controversy from a stock purchase agreement between Mexican companies affiliates of foreign companies, for an amount of six figures in dollars of the US.- Co-arbitrator.
  • Rules of the International Chamber of Commerce.- Place of Arbitration: Mexico City.- Mexican laws.- dispute from a breach of contract related to a public bidding for the construction of electric transmission lines abroad, between Mexican companies affiliates of foreign companies, for an amount of seven figures in US dollars.- Co-counsel.
  • Rules of the International Chamber of Commerce.- Place of Arbitration: Mexico City.- Mexican laws.- controversy from breach of contracts for the construction and administration of facilities of a commercial mall within the facilities of a public transportation system (rail road), between an affiliate of a foreign company and a Mexican corporation, for an amount of eight figures in dollars of the US.- Co-arbitrator.
  • Rules of the International Chamber of Commerce.- Place of Arbitration: Mexico City.- Mexican laws.- dispute from breach of contracts for the generation and sale of electricity, where a declarative award was requested and granted, with important economic ramifications for this industrial sector, between a Mexican company affiliate of a foreign company, and a federal public entity.- Co-arbitrator.
  • ICDR Rules (International Centre for Dispute Resolution a Division of the AAA).- Place of Arbitration: Mexico City.- Mexican laws.- controversy from the breach of a final consented award on case of the tourist sector, with aspects of property, development of land, and usufructs, between a Mexican company, and a company affiliate of a foreign corporation, for an amount of eight figures in dollars of the US.- Sole arbitrator.
  • Rules of the International Chamber of Commerce.- Place of Arbitration: Mexico City.- Mexican laws.- dispute from the breach of contract for the rendering of services in the electric sector, between a Mexican company affiliate of a foreign company and a federal public entity, for an amount of six figures in US dollars.- Co-arbitrator.
  • Rules of the International Chamber of Commerce.- Place of Arbitration: Miami, Florida.- Brazilian laws.- dispute from a joint venture for a housing development in Brazil, between an American company and a Brazilian corporation, for an amount of eight figures in US dollars.- Chair.
  • Rules of “Centro de Arbitraje de México” (CAM).- Place of arbitration: Mexico City.- Mexican Laws.- dispute on insurance claims deriving from the destruction of railways because of a hurricane, for an amount of eight figures in US dollars.- Sole Arbitrator.

Training:

• UNAM • Universidad Panamericana • Escuela Libre de Derecho • CIArb • ICDR • ICC • CPR

License:

Attorney.- United Mexican States

Panels:

• AAA/ICDR (International and Commercial) • Chartered Institute of Arbitrators • ICC • CPR • CANACO • CAM • Numerous others

Associations:

• CIArb • ICDR • CPR • CONCAMIN • CIAC • IMA • EAL • Others

Education:

• National Autonomous University of Mexico (“UNAM”) Licenciado en Derecho (1978) • Summa cum Laude and “Gabino Barreda” medal (highest honor granted to students by the Advisory Board of UNAM. • Course of Commercial Transactions at University of Houston Texas (1982- 1984) • Specialties in Tax Law (1986) and Amparo (constitutional law) Suit (1988) at Universidad Panamericana (Mexico City) • Diploma on International Commercial Arbitration at Escuela Libre de Derecho (1994) • “Chartered Arbitrator” by “The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators”, London (2003)

Miscellaneous:

• Citizenship: United Mexican States • Studies in Art Valuation at Casa Lamm (Mexico City) (2006) • Studies in Specialty in real estate valuation at Universidad del Valle de México (Mexico City - 2005). • President of the Commission of Mediation and Arbitration of the National Confederation of Industrial Chambers (CONCAMIN)

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