Event 28 Oct. 2022

Curtis Hosts Cross-Border Business Program for General Counsel in Monterrey, Mexico

Curtis will host a cross-border business program for general counsel entitled, “From Monterrey to Houston: What GCs Should Know about Cross-Border Transactions and Arbitration,” which will take place in Monterrey, Mexico on November 8, 2022. The event will include two interactive roundtables, followed by networking and cocktails. The program has been organized by partners Eric Cassidy, Claudia Frutos-Peterson and Ricardo Mier y Terán of the firm’s Houston, Washington and Mexico City offices, respectively.

The first panel, “Taller práctico - Dos and Don’ts en Arbitraje Comercial Internacional,” features Claudia Frutos-Peterson and Ricardo Mier y Terán from Curtis, and Teresa Villerreal from Xignux. The session will focus on best practices and common pitfalls for general counsel in international commercial arbitrations, and will be held in Spanish.

The second panel, “What Mexican General Counsel Need to Know about U.S. Law When Business Crosses the Border,” will be moderated by Gerardo Guajardo of Santos Elizondo, and includes Eric Cassidy from Curtis, and Jaime Sánchez of Arca Continental. The session will focus on key considerations for Mexican companies that are doing business in the United States, or are looking to enter the U.S. market, and will be held in English.

If you are interested in attending, please RSVP to Marcelo Abramo Perez by November 3.

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