“Automotive Related Contracts in Mexico: What You Need to Know” GlobalAutoIndustry.com Audio Interview with Juan Carlos Banuelas, international automotive legal expert
GlobalAutoIndustry.com’s latest Audio Interview, “Automotive Related Contracts in Mexico: What You Need to Know” https://globalautoindustry.com/automotive-related-contracts-in-mexico-what-you-need-to-know/ features Juan Carlos Banuelas, a multi-cultural, international lawyer (raised in Germany and Mexico), with emphasis in the negotiation and drafting of international contracts (terms & conditions of automotive OEMs and TIER 1s). He has proven experience in Mexican and US commercial law, as well as a speaker at conferences in Mexico, Frankfurt, Zurich & Chicago. He is also co-author of numerous international articles and manuals.
In the 14-minute Audio Interview, Mr. Banuelas discusses these questions:
About Juan Carlos Banuelas, LL.M.:
Multi-cultural, international lawyer (raised in Germany and Mexico), with emphasis in the negotiation and drafting of international contracts (terms & conditions of OEMs and TIER Is), with proven experience in Mexican and US commercial law, negotiations of claims with contractors / suppliers, claims handling with multinationals in Central America, audits, security, arbitration, tenders, labor, anti-trust, unfair competition, compliance, migration, IP issues and supervision of external attorneys, speaker at conferences in Mexico, Frankfurt, Zurich & Chicago, co-author of international articles / manuals.
Obtained the degree of attorney at law at the UNAM (cum laude) and received the master's degree in law from the Konstanz University (Germany), besides other studies like Legal Framework in the Foreign Trade, Corporate Law, Incoterms, North American Public and Private Law, and also Specialization in Penal Procedure Law and Intellectual Property Rights.
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- If you are not settled in Mexico yet, but are interested in doing business in Mexico, what are the requirements for the “incorporation of a company” in Mexico?
- Which aspects in the contracts should you “pay special attention to” or “should you have in mind” when you are doing business in Mexico?
- Instead of going to Court, how recommendable is the “use of arbitration” or “friendly composition procedures in Mexico”, as an alternative media of solution of conflicts?