Joaquín Vega

Joaquín Vega works as counsel and arbitrator, specializing in corporate matters and international 

International Arbitrator / Counsel

Joaquín Vega is a graduate of the Universidad Panamericana with a master’s degree (LLM) in “International Business and Trade Law” from Fordham University in New York. Similarly, he has completed postgraduate studies at Harvard University, Notre Dame University, and ITAM. Joaquín concluded with honors the Diploma in Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce, publishing in the PAUTA magazine the article “The Admission and Assessment of Illicit Evidence in the Commercial Arbitration Process.”

He has more than 15 years of experience in corporate/M&A matters and dispute resolution arising from share purchase agreements, joint ventures, investment agreements, and relations between shareholders and investors. He has an extensive practice in structuring international commercial transactions and resolving disputes arising from them, such as international supply contracts, sales contracts, and license contracts.

Joaquín Vega works as counsel and arbitrator, specializing in corporate matters and international operations. He has been recognized for his specialization in corporate matters by various global rankings such as Chambers & Partners, Legal500, Latin Lawyer, and Best Lawyers, among others. Joaquín is a registered arbitrator at the Mexican Arbitration Center, the CANACO Arbitration Mediation Center in Mexico City, the International Chamber of Commerce, and the Blockchain and Technology Conflict Resolution Institution (IBT) in Panama. He currently holds the position of Vice President of the Bajío Arbitration Committee of the International Chamber of Commerce.

Joaquín Vega Martínez has been a partner at Vega, Guerrero & Asociados since 2014.

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Arbitration cases

Last 18 months

Representation of an American food company in a controversy related to the breach of several representations and warranties and non-disclosed liabilities in the acquisition of a group of companies in Mexico. (Ad-hoc, Spanish, México)

Representation of a Mexican company in an arbitration related to a joint venture entered with an American company. (Ad-Hoc, English, México).

Representation of a European company in an arbitration related to corporate disputes with its Mexican partners. (ICDR, Spanish, México).

Represent three consumers in an arbitration related to a breach of a contract by an event organizer company. (AAA, English, USA).

Sole arbitrator in an arbitration between a shareholder of a shipping company related to several share purchase agreements. (Ad-Hoc, English, Perú).

Represented a group of sellers in an arbitration in which the buyer intended to enforce an indemnification clause and withhold several installments of the agreed price. Jalisco´s Public Broker Arbitration Center Rules, Domestic, Jalisco.

Solo arbitrator in a domestic dispute in which Party A withdrew from the premises after delivering services to Party B for several years after the agreement terminated. Nevertheless, an expensive piece of equipment was withheld by Party B as a lease for three months. After that, the equipment was not returned, and Party A claimed payment. CANACO, Domestic, Mexico City.


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