Luis specialises in international law, international trade and international dispute resolution. He advises and acts for governments, international organisations and corporations in international law matters concerning, for example, State responsibility, international trade, State-State trade disputes, and investment treaty arbitration. Before joining Matrix, Luis was Deputy General Counsel for International Trade Negotiations of the Government of Mexico. He appeared as counsel for Mexico in NAFTA and BIT arbitrations and legal advisor in the negotiation of international trade and investment treaties.
Understanding the WTO Dispute Settlement System The dispute settlement system (DSS) of the World Trade Organization (WTO) has long been considered by most WTO Members and trade practitioners ...On June 3, 2020 / By Luis González García
Luis González García looks at the hard reality of trade negotiations with the EU. ...On October 8, 2018 / By Luis González García
Luis González García looks at the possibility of bringing a claim against the UK under a BIT as a result of its decision to leave the EU, and ...On June 6, 2017 / By Luis González García
Luis González García reports on a panel discussion hosted by Matrix, considering the impact of the Supreme Court's judgment and the questions it leaves unanswered. ...On February 2, 2017 / By Luis González García
After Brexit the UK will have to shape new trade relationships with third countries and regularise its independent status in the WTO. In doing so, the UK will ...On December 13, 2016 / By Luis González García
If to do were as easy as to know what were good to do, chapels had been churches and poor men’s cottages princes’ palaces. W. Shakespeare, The Merchant of ...On December 9, 2016 / By Luis González García
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