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CORPORATIVO CITI CENTER, INSURGENTES SUR 1602, PISO 11 OFICINA 1102, COL. CREDITO CONSTRUCTOR, 03940 MEXICO
Tel:
Work +52 55 5062 0050
Fax:
Fax +52 55 5062 0051
Email:
Web:
www.solcargo.com.mx

Zulima Gonzalez

Tel:
Work +52 (55) 50-01-54-23
Email:
SOLCARGO

Work Department

Bankruptcy and restructuring
Dispute Resolution

Position

Associate

Career

Ms. González specializes in civil and commercial litigation, as well as commercial insolvency and bankruptcy proceedings and restructuring matters.

 Ms. González also has experience in commercial arbitration, including the judicial enforcement and annulment of arbitral awards, investment arbitration, international judicial assistance.

Languages

Spanish
English

Education

Universidad Anahuac México Norte.
Universidad Panamericana.


Mexico

Bankruptcy and restructuring

Within: Bankruptcy and restructuring

The ‘great’ 12-strong bankruptcy and restructuring team at Solcargo impresses clients with its ‘cross-border acumen and thoughtful strategy’. One noted the team is ‘quick to check conflicts, to address our immediate needs, present strategy, and have an understanding of complex international issues’. Another pointed to the lawyers’ professional qualities, such as ‘attitude and aptitude’ and ‘depth in dealing with the issues at hand’. The practice group represents both creditors and the companies subject to bankruptcy proceedings and has acted on some of the most important cases of the last years – most notably, the bankruptcy of Compañía Mexicana de Aviación (Mexicana) – including, with Fernando Pérez Correa, acting in the roles of comptroller, receiver, and conciliator. The team’s ongoing highlight cases include acting as receiver (liquidator) to the estate of ARC Internacional México; as IFECOM-appointed conciliator/mediator in the bankruptcy proceeding of Retículas Gráficas; representing the debtors in the Turbo (fmly: Biciclo) and TGC Ingeniería bankruptcies; and representing CVI Global Lux Oil and Gas 2 as creditors in the Oceanografía insolvency case. The team also assisted Novus Intellego in the insolvency of Avalon Marine (fmly: DyR Evya), in which obtained its client the status of sole secured creditor. In other headline work, the team acted as counsel to Zuma Energía in the liquidation proceedings of Banca Cremi, a complicated case that has lasted for over 11 years involving one of the main Mexican banks of the 90s. Pérez Correa leads the practice, supported by dedicated right-hand man Abimael Hernández; according to clients ‘they stand out as a good team’, bringing ‘capacity, knowledge, responsibility, strategy and concrete execution’ to the table. The practice also counts on José Covarrubias on the litigious side, and associate Zulima González.

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