Last Updated: 08 August 2019
is one of the pioneers and current experts of ADR in Mexico. Their experts are members of one or more of the Mexican arbitration institutions, including the ICC-Mexico and the National Chamber of Commerce of Mexico City (Cámara Nacional de Comercio de la Ciudad de México or CANACO). They ... collaborated in the foundation of the Mexican Arbitration Centre (Centro de Arbitraje de México) and constantly update developments in commercial arbitration, regularly participating in international forums. The firm’s ADR experience includes, among others, domestic and international negotiations, mediations, adjudications, expert opinions, fast-track procedures and arbitrations. The firm has extensive experience in handling both ad hoc and institutional procedures (from private mediations to dispute boards) acting both as deciders/neutrals and/or as party representatives under different sets of rules applicable to different industries such as construction, energy, infrastructure, maritime, investment, international commerce, among others, under the application of Mexican, foreign and International laws. S+S maintains high ethical and professional standards in the field and has an outstanding ADR trajectory. The team consists of a number of highly qualified ADR experts with diverse background and extensive experience in a wide variety of dispute resolution mechanisms which ensure a sophisticated dispute-resolution practice. S+S builds clients’ trust and reliance by always selecting the best dispute resolution methods and offering the most strategic solutions to their satisfaction.
is a dispute resolution boutique specialising in complex commercial cases with a particular focus on sophisticated shareholder and joint venture disputes. Its lawyers act as counsel in domestic and international arbitrations, in litigation and all forms of alternative dispute resolution, especially ... mediation. They also frequently sit as arbitrators under the rules of the world's leading arbitral institutions, such as the ICC, ICDR, LCIA and LMAA, as well as under the UNCITRAL rules and those of domestic institutions such as CAM and CANACO.