Event 26 Aug. 2021

Partner Antonio M. Prida Participates in Mediation Roundtable at Mexico's First National Congress on Judicial Federalism

Antonio M. Prida, a founding partner of Curtis' Mexico City office, participated in a roundtable about "Mediation in Mexico," together with Julio Menchaca, President of the Justice Commission of the Mexican Senate, and María Claudia Campuzano, Director of the Alternative Justice Center of the Superior Tribunal of Mexico City.

The roundtable was held on August 25 as part of the First National Congress on Judicial Federalism, which featured various Ministers of the Mexican Supreme Court, magistrates and judges, as well as prestigious experts on constitutional matters.

During the panel, Mr. Prida’s position focused explaining the benefits of and advocating for Mexico’s adoption of the UNCITRAL Model Law on Commercial Mediation and its subscription to the Singapore Convention on the execution of agreements derived from Mediation processes.

Mr. Prida attended as President of the Mediation Committee of ICC Mexico, with support from some of the most prestigious legal organizations in Mexico, including the Mexican Bar, the Ilustre y Nacional Colegio de Abogados, the Mexican Institute for Mediation and the the Mexican Institute for Arbitration.