Luis Omar Guerrero Rodríguez is a senior partner in the Litigation-alternative dispute resolution area at the law firm Barrera, Siqueiros y Torres Landa, S.C. based in Mexico City. His main activities involve Commercial Litigation (including Bankruptcy), Commercial Arbitration and Competition/Antitrust Law.
Born in León, Guanajuato-México, Mr. Guerrero graduated summa cum laude from the Law School of Universidad Iberoamericana Campus León- in 1991 and licensed as Attorney in 1993.
He has attended several post-graduate programs, including: (i) International Business Transactions; (ii) Commercial Law and (iii) Commercial Arbitration and (iv) Constitutional litigation (amparo) at the Escuela Libre de Derecho and the Mexcian bar Association. He also graduated from his LL.M. 1996-97 with merit at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
In addition, Mr. Guerrero is a registered professor at the Universidad Iberoamericana, as well as in the Universidad Panamericana, Mexican Arbitration Center, Escuela Libre de Derecho and the Mexican Chapter of the International Chamber of Commerce.
To this date, he has written close to 30 articles published both in Mexico and abroad regarding subjects related to commercial litigation, competition/antitrust and arbitration, among others.
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