Business, commercial and administrative Litigation oriented to prudently aggressive, cost-effective and creative solutions for domestic and international disputes. Litigation practice area emphasized early objective dispute assessment to help clients to understand the risks and possible solutions to any conflict. During the whole Litigation process, our attorneys reassess the case in order to adjust strategy, keeping our clients duly informed as to the legal status and possible outcome to the dispute resolution.
Litigation is a legal process where disputes between two or more parties are resolved in a court of law. Litigation can be used to resolve a wide variety of disputes, including contract disputes, tort claims, land disputes, and business disputes.
If parties cannot agree between themselves about the fair and proper outcome of a dispute, they will present their respective cases to a court for its judgment. It is a broad term that describes a long and sometimes complex process. In this article, we will break down the stages in the Litigation process.
Litigation in Mexico
Recognized for its market-leading presence in Mexico City, White & Case, SC offers highly specialized and integrated services to its clients, bringing critical insights borne from nearly 30 years of experience in leading innovative transactions and resolving high-profile disputes.
As Mexico’s investment landscape continues to evolve, more and more transactions are multi jurisdictional—requiring counsel across multiple areas of law and geography. We are able to provide our clients with full-service law firm capabilities, with a strong presence in financial centers, along with the ability to harness knowledge and insight from around the world. Working from White & Case’s seamless global platform, with 46 offices in 32 countries, we have the capabilities and global reach needed to handle the most challenging matters from a local perspective in Mexico and beyond, providing insight into business customs and laws in virtually every corner of the world.
Litigation team has been offering clients insight into local, regional and global matters, particularly in the areas of administrative Litigation, banking regulatory work, bankruptcy and restructuring, capital markets, commercial Litigation, competition/antitrust, compliance, corporate M&A, energy, projects and asset finance, environmental law, fintech, international arbitration, international trade, telecommunications, tax and real estate.
Mexican Courts & the Litigation
The courts have broad powers to conduct the proceeding in the most efficient way, including deciding how evidence is submitted. The party asserting a claim mainly has the burden to prove the facts supporting it, and to invoke the applicable legal provisions. Lawyers pay special attention to the commercial objectives of our clients, and we help them reach those objectives in the most efficient and effective manner.
We have advised international companies making acquisitions or developing projects in Mexico, as well as Mexican companies pursuing business abroad. To serve the best interests of our clients, our lawyers in LawInCabo act in close cooperation with our other officers throughout the world, combining the Firm’s global cross-practice and industry specific experience with deep knowledge of local law. Our partners are highly recognized by the two most important legal publications, Chambers & Partners and The Legal 500 and have 28 lawyers ranked in both publications.
The Litigation Department of the law firm is focused on providing pragmatic and commercial solutions to clients in a timely and cost-effective manner. Represents both domestic and international clients in a variety of Litigation contexts, including contract disputes, fraud, product liability, real estate disputes, intellectual property disputes, and employment Litigation.
The courts have broad powers to conduct the proceeding in the most efficient way, including deciding how evidence is submitted. The party asserting a claim generally has the burden to prove the facts supporting it, and to invoke the applicable legal provisions.