Carlos Martínez-Betanzos draws high praise from market sources who note he “is a significant player in the arbitration market in Mexico”.
Carlos E Martínez-Betanzos is counsel at Creel, García-Cuéllar, Aiza y Enríquez, and a member of the firm's arbitration and dispute resolution practice. His practice is focused on major international arbitrations (commercial and investor-state), cross-border litigation proceedings, as well as international law matters. He also counsels clients in connection with anti-corruption regulations, compliance programmes and investigations.
Carlos has more than 15 years of experience in dispue resolution. He worked at the NYC office of three global law firms; and as an international arbitration case counsel at the ICDR, where his experience includes the management of over 150 international arbitration and mediation matters. He has participated in various disputes related to M&A transactions, construction and infrastructure projects, energy and investment disputes, among others.
Carlos is a member of the global advisory board of the ICDR Y&I; the ICDR advisory committee for Mexico; and the steering committee of CIArb North America YMG. He is the IBA young lawyers’ committee national representative for Mexico, and a facilitator of Young ITA’s mentorship programme, as well as a member of Young ICCA and ICC YAF. He is also a member of the New York City Bar Association and ANADE.
He is a profesor of alternative dispute resolution at the Ibero-American University. Carlos is also an alumnus of the Centre for American and International Law and attended the 42nd Academy for American and International Law (2005).
Carlos received his law degree from ITAM (2003) and his LLM from New York University School of Law (international legal studies, 2008).