Ulises Mejía León Gómez is held in high esteem by sources who praise his in-depth knowledge of contract disputes, particularly in the telecommunications, insurance and construction sectors.
Ulises is a partner at Consortium Legal – Honduras. With 25 years of experience; he is an expert in litigation and arbitration, in civil, commercial and administrative matters, both in ordinary jurisdiction and arbitration, with special emphasis on litigation related to construction contracts for public and private works, investment, public-private partnerships, insurance, professional services, telecommunications and representation, distribution and agency.
During his career, he has practicsed as an ad-hoc arbitrator, institutional arbitrator, secretary, and as a private lawyer in numerous arbitration proceedings under Honduran national regulations and international regulations (ICC, Uncitral). Currently, he is in the list of arbitrators for Honduras within the framework of the Free Trade Agreement between El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras with Colombia, as within the framework of the Mechanism for Settlement of Commercial Disputes between Central America of the Central American Economic Integration Secretariat SIECA. He is the arbitrator proposed by Honduras for the integration of the Inter-American Commercial Arbitration Commission (CIAC). In addition, he has extensive knowledge in the recently implemented Civil Procedure Code and is part of the list of trainers of the Centre of Conciliation and Arbitration of the CCIT and of the Judicial School “Salomon Jiménez Castro”, dependence of the Judicial Branch.
He has a master’s in civil procedural law from the Technological University of Honduras (UTH), in coordination with the Spanish Universities Carlos III de Madrid, Jaime I de Castellón and Pablo de Olavide de Seville, (in the present), a master’s in commercial law, directorate of the postgraduate studies system from the National Autonomous University of Honduras (2002), postgraduate studies in law specialising in international business from the School of Law, Georgetown University, Washington DC, USA and the Central American Institute of Business Administration (INCAE) and a law degree with orientation in criminal and commercial law from the National Autonomous University of Hondura, Tegucigalpa, (1995).
He speaks Spanish and English.