Cecilia Flores in Commercial Dispute Resolution: Haynes and Boone Welcomes Institutional Know-How


Firms rarely say no to a lawyer with experience of administrating disputes under their belt, as a recent Mexican hiring shows.

A former secretary-general at the Mediation & Arbitration Centre of Mexico City’s National Chamber of Commerce (CANACO), Cecilia Flores, has joined Haynes and Boone, LLP in the city. She will practise in the firm’s litigation group.

Flores left CANACO in 2005 to join Santamarina y Steta, where she specialised in commercial litigation arbitration, as well as other forms of ADR. She also sits as an arbitrator in construction, energy, sale of goods and joint venture disputes, and teaches the negotiation, mediation and arbitration course at the Universidad La Salle.

In her role at CANACO, Flores managed the administration of mediation and arbitration proceedings under the Centre’s rules, as well as those of the Commercial Arbitration and Mediation Centre for the Americas and the Inter-American Commercial Arbitration Commission.

Excerpted from Commercial Dispute Resolution, January 18, 2012. To view full article, click here.

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