Félix J Montero is an expert in litigation and arbitration, and has extensive professional experience in both commercial and civil litigation as well as national and international arbitration. Félix joined Perez-Llorca in July 2004 after six years as a practicing lawyer, and was promoted to partner in January 2008. His working languages are Spanish and English, and he regularly lectures on litigation law on the Master in Legal Practice at the Universidad Carlos III in Madrid and the Madrid Bar.
Félix has experience in domestic and international commercial arbitration, both institutional and ad hoc. He has participated in important arbitrations on disputes administered by the International Court of Arbitration of the ICC on mechanical engineering turnkey contracts (automotive, oil and iron and steel industry); international corporate law; international loan agreements; civil engineering contracts (harbour construction, railway overhaul, water treatment and telecom infrastructures); distributorship contracts; administrative concessions; and so on.
Félix regularly contributes articles to National and International publications and is co-author of Código de Arbitraje (Aranzadi, second edition, 2009), a volume compiling and commenting statutory materials and rules on arbitration. In addition, Félix has participated in the Thomson-Aranzadi commentary to the 2003 Spanish Law on Arbitration coordinated by David Arias, with comments to articles 6, 35, 36, 37, 38 and 39.
Félix is also a member of the Spanish Club of Arbitration, an officer of the IBA Litigation Committee and of the steering committee of the International Arbitration Commission at the Union Internationale des Avocats (UIA).