Jose Rodriguez Marquez

Attorney at Law, Arbitrator, Mediator at Bufete Rodriguez Marquez S.C.

Experience

Arbitrator and mediator of international and multicultural commercial, corporate, construction and energy disputes, dealing with nine figure transactions.

Practicing transnational attorney for more than 40 years in: real state, hospitality, commercial, private financing and mergers and acquisitions.

Work History

• Associate.- Santamarina y Steta. (Mexico City, 1979-1984) • Visiting Lawyer.- Baker Botts. (Houston, 1982) • Of Counsel.- Susman & Associates. (Chicago, upon request) • Partner.- Bufete Rodriguez Marquez, S.C. (Mexico City, 1986-present)

Cases

•Rules of the “Comisión Interamericana de Arbitraje Comercial” (CIAC).- Place of Arbitration: Mexico City.- Mexican Laws.- dispute from a breach of construction contract for industrial facilities, for an amount of five figures in US dollars.- Co-arbitrator. •Rules of the “Cámara Nacional de Comercio de la Ciudad de México” (CANACO).- Place of Arbitration: Mexico City.- Mexican Laws.- dispute from a service contract for the design and implementation of computer software, for an amount of seven figures in US dollars.-Co-arbitrator. •Rules of the International Chamber of Commerce (CCI).- Place of Arbitration: Mexico City.- Mexican Laws.- dispute from a service contract for the consulting in the sale of a company, for an amount of six figures in US dollars.- Counsel. •Rules of the International Chamber of Commerce (CCI).- Place of Arbitration: Mexico City.- Mexican Laws.- dispute from a shareholders’ agreement, for an amount of seven figures in US dollars.- Sole Arbitrator. •International Dispute Resolution Procedures of the International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR).- Place of Arbitration: Mexico City.- Mexican Laws.- Dispute from a breach of contract for the construction of infrastructure for a state company, for an amount of nine figures in United States dollars.- Co-arbitrator. •Rules of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).- Place of Arbitration: Mexico City.- Mexican Laws.- dispute from a share subscription agreement between Mexican companies and its international subsidiaries, for an amount of seven figures in US dollars.- Co-arbitrator. •Rules of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).- Place of Arbitration: Mexico City.- Mexican Laws.- dispute from an agreement for the purchase and sale of natural gas, for an amount of seven figures in US dollars.- Co-arbitrator. •Rules of “Centro de Arbitraje de Mexico” (CAM).- Place of Arbitration: Mexico City.- Mexican laws.- dispute from a construction and exploitation agreement for infrastructure works, between a municipal entity and a Mexican private company, for an amount of seven figures in US dollars.- Sole Arbitrator. •Ad hoc Arbitration.- Place of arbitration: Mexico City.- Mexican laws.- dispute from a breach of contract, subject to the Law of Acquisitions, Leases and Services of the Public Sector (Ley de Adquisiciones, Arrendamientos y Servicios del Sector Público), between a federal entity and a private company, for an amount of five figures in United States dollars.- Sole Arbitrator. •Ad hoc Arbitration.- Place of arbitration: Mexico City.- Mexican laws.- dispute from a distribution contract between Mexican and Swedish companies, for an amount of eight figures in United States dollars.- Counsel. •Rules of the “Centro de Arbitraje Comercial y de Mediación para las Américas” (CAMCA).- Place of arbitration: Mexico City.- Mexican law / New York.- dispute from breach of a stock purchase agreement, for an amount of eight figures in United States dollars.- Co-arbitrator. •Rules of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).- Place of Arbitration: Mexico City.- Mexican laws.- dispute from a breach of contract related to a public bidding for the construction of electric transmission lines abroad, between Mexican companies affiliates of foreign companies, for an amount of seven figures in United States dollars.- Co-counsel. •Rules of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).- Place of Arbitration: Mexico City.- Mexican laws.- dispute from breach of contracts for the generation and sale of electricity, where a declarative award was requested and granted, with important economic ramifications for this industrial sector, between a Mexican company affiliate of a foreign company, and a federal public entity.- Co-arbitrator. •Rules of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).- Place of Arbitration: Mexico City.- Mexican laws.- dispute from the breach of contract for the rendering of services in the electric sector, between a Mexican company affiliate of a foreign company and a federal public entity, for an amount of six figures in United States dollars.- Co-arbitrator.

Training

• UNAM • Universidad Panamericana • Escuela Libre de Derecho • CIArb • ICDR • ICC • CPR

Licenses

Attorney.- United Mexican States

Panels

• AAA/ICDR (International and Commercial) • Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) • International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) • International Institute for Conflict Prevention & Resolution (CPR) • London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) • Asociación Europea de Arbitraje (AEA) • Centro de Mediación y Arbitraje de la Cámara de Comercio de la Ciudad de México (CANACO) • Centro de Arbitraje de México (CAM) • Numerous others.

Associations

• CIArb • ICDR • CPR • CONCAMIN • CIAC • IMA • EAL • Others

Miscellaneous

• Citizenship: United Mexican States • Studies in Art Valuation at Casa Lamm (Mexico City) (2006) • Studies in Specialty in real estate valuation at Universidad del Valle de México (Mexico City - 2005). • President of the Commission of Mediation and Arbitration of the National Confederation of Industrial Chambers (CONCAMIN)

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