is admitted to practice in Mexico and New York, and has worked in Washington, DC, and Beijing. He has 18 years of experience and frequently appears before Mexican courts. His experience includes several class-action cases, transnational litigation and constitutional law trials (amparos), and commercial and administrative litigation. Adrián has acted as counsel in ad hoc and institutional arbitrations (ICC, LCIA, ICSID, AAA, ICDR, UNCITRAL, CAM, CANACO) in the commercial, infrastructure, energy, oil and gas, and investor-state sectors. He has also acted as arbitrator in commercial and construction cases, and appeared as an expert on Mexican law before different courts and agencies.
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