Marisol Fión > Legalsa > Guatemala, Guatemala > Lawyer Profile
EUROPLAZA, TORRE II, 5o. NIVEL
5ª. AV. 5-55 ZONA 14
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Dispute Resolution, Civil and Commercial Litigation, Administrative Litigation, Constitutional Law, Arbitration, Corporate Law
Marisol Fión is a partner of Legalsa, where she works in the Dispute Resolution practice. Over her 17 years of professional experience, she has focused her career on dispute resolution, specifically administrative, civil and commercial litigation, Constitutional law and high-level arbitration. Before joining Legalsa, Marisol worked in the Guatemalan judiciary and was an advocate before the Guatemalan Ecclesiastic Tribunal.
Marisol has specialized in the strategic management and oversight of complex litigation matters, including shareholder disputes, criminal proceedings and administrative and judicial proceedings at different levels.
Since 2009, Marisol has been a board member director at one of the largest agro-industrial holdings in Central America. Since 2018, she has acted as arbitrator for cases filed before CRECIG, the Dispute Resolution Commission of the Guatemalan Chamber of Industry.
- Guatemalan Bar Association
- Guatemalan – American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham Guatemala)
- CRECIG – Arbitrator
- JD, cum laude, Universidad Rafael Landívar
- Postgraduate course in Legal and Forensic Psychology, Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain)
- LLM in Civil and Commercial Litigation, Universidad Mariano Gálvez
- Postgraduate program in Corporate Law, Universidad Rafael Landívar
- LLM in International Arbitration, Universidad Francisco Marroquín
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Praised by clients for ‘maximising the strengths of each lawyer‘, the team at dispute resolution powerhouse Legalsa combines the skills of practice heads Henry Comte (whose extensive experience includes previously serving as an alternate magistrate of the Constitutional Court), Alejandro Penados and Marisol Fión to handle a wide range of civil, administrative, commercial, criminal and constitutional litigation and arbitration. In particular, the practice is highly regarded for its prowess in cross-border cases and complex shareholder litigation, routinely representing clients in high-profile disputes involving Guatemala’s largest corporate groups. The team is also active in white-collar crime cases, including fraud investigations and asset recovery, and also counts tax and IP disputes, bet-the-company litigation and disputes involving government procurement, concessions and public tenders among its areas of expertise. The team fields a strong cohort of associates, including Andrés Dubón, who handles corporate, commercial and financial disputes, Marcela Argueta, Juan Carlos Alvizúrez and Julia González, who focus on criminal law.