An initiative to amend article 17 of the Mexican Constitution, was presented in the senate on September 02, 2020, this initiative intends to add a paragraph on to regulate virtual justice with the use of information technologies, including the adoption of electronic signatures.
Javier Navarro-Velasco has been practicing law for more than 30 years. Managing Partner of the Guadalajara office, Mr. Navarro-Velasco has significant experience in national and international arbitration, bankruptcy, insolvency and reorganization proceedings, as well as in civil, commercial and criminal litigation. He has been acknowledged by Chambers & Partners Global and Chambers Latin America as one of the leading dispute resolution and litigation lawyers from 2009 to 2016 yearbooks. PLC Which Lawyer? ranks him among the recommended lawyers in his area of practice in its 2009 edition. Mr. Navarro-Velasco was recently awarded the prestigious Doctor Honoris Causa in Law title by the Universidad Cervantina for his academic, juridical and social work. Mr. Navarro-Velasco currently coordinates the Firm’s Dispute Resolution practice for Latin America. Mr. Navarro-Velasco currently coordinates the Firm’s Dispute Resolution practice for Mexico, and is the Former Coordinator of the Firm's Dispute Resolution & Arbitration practice in Latin America.