Marco Tulio Venegas leads the firm’s litigation group where he regularly represents clients in multimillion-dollar deals, often with cross-border elements.
Partner of Von Wobeser with more than 20 years of international experience both on a professional and educational level. He is the youngest partner ever promoted by the firm. As responsible partner, he is in charge of the international commercial arbitration and investment arbitration cases, as well as the administrative and intellectual property litigation, civil and commercial litigation; constitutional (amparo) litigation.
He has saved his clients billions of dollars and has protected and resolved several of the most complex and consequential litigation and arbitration matters for both multinational clients and governments around the world. His expertise includes the successful participation as counsel in two of the largest commercial arbitrations in Mexican history, worth more than US$1.7 billion as well as the most important construction and infrastructure disputes ever with governmental entities. He has litigated extensively throughout this time in several fields of law before Mexican courts and arbitral tribunals.
He has international experience in the United States and France and has worked at law firms abroad as well as with the International Chamber of Commerce´s international court of arbitration in Paris. He has given several conferences and lectures related with arbitration and litigation in Mexico, Europe, China, US and Argentina.
Mr Venegas participated as technical advisor of the Spanish version of The New Arbitration Rules of the International Chamber of Commerce and has published several articles related with arbitrations subjects in Pauta which is the publication of the Mexican chapter of the International Chamber of Commerce, as well as other national and international publications. Mr Venegas is the chair of the ICC National Committee on infrastructure disputes.