Mr. Zamora is a litigator and leads the firm’s Commercial Litigation and Commercial and Investment Arbitration practice. He has appeared before local and federal trial and appellate courts in most circuits in Mexico, including the Supreme Court, representing both plaintiffs and defendants. He has also participated in dozens of arbitrations, many of them multi-jurisdictional, both as counsel and as arbitrator, mainly before the International Chamber of Commerce, the London Court of International Arbitration and the International Centre for Dispute Resolution.
Mr. Zamora has participated as an expert in Mexican law in numerous arbitrations and judicial proceedings before the courts of the United States and other nations and before arbitral tribunals (including in investor-state cases).
His clientele includes some of the world’s largest financial institutions, pharmaceutical companies, private funds, and most of the companies in Mexico’s energy and infrastructure sectors and he has led the legal team in several litigations against Mexican government entities, including state-owned enterprises from the energy sector.
Mr. Zamora is a member of the Mexican Committee of the International Chamber of Commerce, the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (FCIArb), the London Court of International Arbitration, the Latin American Group of the International Chamber of Commerce, the Mexican Arbitration Institute and the Mexican Energy Law Academy, among other organizations. He has published extensively and currently lectures in several postgraduate programs.
He is also a member of the Greener Arbitrations LAC Sub-Committee. The purpose of the LAC Sub-Committee is to promote the use of the Greener Arbitrations Protocols in Latin America and the Caribbean, as part of the Green Pledge.
Serrano Galicia Abogados is one of many member law firms of the Zuber Lawler Global International Network. Each law firm in the network is an independent law firm. Engagement of one law firm in the network does not create any attorney-client relationship with or any liability on the part of any other law firm in the network.