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DIAGONAL 6 10-01 ZONA 10, CENTRO GERENCIAL LAS MARGARITAS TORRE II, OFICINA 402 B, GUATEMALA CITY, GUATEMALA C A, GUATEMALA
Tel:
Work +502 2382 7700
Fax:
Fax +502 2382 7743
Email:
Web:
www.ariaslaw.com
Arias, Mario Archila, Guatemala, GUATEMALA

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Mario Archila

Tel:
Work +502 2382 7700
Email:
Web:
www.ariaslaw.com
Arias

Work Department

  • Dispute Resolution
  • Intellectual Property and Health Approval
  • Real Estate

Position

Partner.
Head of the Dispute Resolution department in Guatemala.

Career

Mario Archila has been a partner at Arias since August 2014, and has practiced law for 27 years. His practice is devoted to dispute resolution, litigation and arbitration. He is recognized for his mediation and negotiation skills. He is also an expert and has vast experience on intellectual property, health approval and real estate.

Mario was treasurer of the Bar Association of Guatemala (1996-1999). He was also a substitute magistrate of the Court of Appeals (1999-2004) and a member of the academic council of the Faculty of Law and Justice at Universidad San Pablo de Guatemala, and was appointed as arbitrator at the Court of Arbitration for Sport based in Lausanne, Switzerland (2009).

Languages

  • Spanish
  • English

Member

  • Guatemalan Bar Association
  • Guatemalan Institute of Notarial Law
  • International Bar Association

Education

  • Lawyer and Notary. 
  • Master's degree in Commercial and Economic Law from Universidad Rafael Landivar in Guatemala. 
  • Postgraduate degree in Civil Appeals from Universidad San Pablo in Guatemala. 
  • Diploma in Fiscal and Tax Aspects from the Chamber of Commerce in Guatemala. 
  • Diploma on Legal Aspects of International Legal Acts from INCAE Business School Nicaragua.


Guatemala

Dispute resolution

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Mario René Archila - Arias

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