Founded in 1995, SOLCARGO is a top tier law firm in Mexico, with a highly qualified, internationally educated team with working experience in tier 1 law firms across the world. The firm is capable of implementing efficient legal solutions, while taking into consideration its clients’ business rationale. SOLCARGO performs corporate engagements for Fortune 500, large multinational companies, ambitious middle market and emerging growth companies, and capital market participants including public and private investment organizations, investment banks, commercial lenders and other financial institutions. SOLCARGO is recognized as a leader in the private equity, venture capital, Chapter XI NAFTA Arbitration, litigation, mediation, bankruptcy, IP and pharmaceutical industries. SOLCARGO adopts a multidisciplinary approach in counseling its clients and draws upon the firm’s unparalleled resources, including creation of firm-wide task forces to address important industry and topical client needs.
Fernando Pérez-Correa is a lawyer with 20 years of experience in dispute resolution, commercial contests, litigation, arbitration and mediation. He is admitted to practice in New York and in the federal courts of the 2nd Circuit of States. He is a mediator before the Superior Court of Justice of the Federal District, and since 2005 has been registered as conciliator and trustee (receiver) before the Federal Institute of Specialists in Commercial Contests (IFECOM). Since 1998 he has been the managing partner of the dispute settlement area. He has experience as a party lawyer in more than 25 international commercial arbitrations and in 4 investment arbitrations. He is listed in classifications as Chambers, Legal 500 and Latin Lawyer.
Francisco Abimael Hernández is a lawyer with more than 12 years of experience in civil and commercial litigation (domestic and international) including enforcement and annulment of arbitration awards and foreign judgments. He has participated in different commercial and investment arbitration proceedings. He has vast experience in claims for damages against private entities as well as public authorities. In the last 5 years, he has focused and specialised his practice on commercial insolvency proceedings, bankruptcy and restructuring. During 2010 and 2012 he worked in the law firm O’Melveny & Myers, LLP at Newport Beach, California, USA, and in 2013 he achieve a Master of Law at UCLA. He is also listed and recommended in classifications such as Chambers and Partners and Legal 500 Latin America.
Zulima González García is an associate whose practice is focused on bankruptcy and restructuring proceedings, as well as amparo actions, civil and commercial litigation before Mexican Court, domestic and international arbitration. She has experience in liquidation proceedings, tort proceedings, enforcement of mortgages and promissory notes, among others. She holds a postgraduate specialty in Constitutional Protection Law.