Marco Tulio Venegas is a partner of Von Wobeser y Sierra with more than 25 years' experience. He started his career working as court assistant for two years at the First Federal Court of Administrative Matters under the direction of the Judge Jean Claude Tron-Petit. During this time, Mr Venegas gained invaluable experience in the amparo law and constitutional disputes.
In 1995, Mr Venegas joined Von Wobeser y Sierra, SC where he has worked since, except for 2000, when he worked abroad. Mr Venegas is the youngest partner ever promoted by Von Wobeser y Sierra, SC and is currently the leading partner in dispute resolution matters at the Mexican Law Firm, Von Wobeser y Sierra, SC. In this role, he oversees and handles international commercial and investment arbitration, as well as all type of civil, commercial, administrative and constitutional litigation.
He has saved his clients billions of US dollars and has protected and resolved several of the most complex and consequential litigation and arbitration matters for multinational clients and governments around the world. His expertise includes two of the largest commercial arbitrations in Mexican history, worth more than US$1.7 billion representing the parties that prevailed in those cases. Mr Venegas also participated as counsel in the three most important arbitrations related to construction disputes involving private parties and governmental entities in Mexico. He currently serves as chairman of the Dispute Resolution Committee in Infrastructure Disputes of the Mexican Chapter of the ICC.