Alfonso Curiel-Valtierra

Alfonso Curiel Valtierra has more than 10 years of experience in commercial litigation, often representing public entities and private companies. He was granted with specialization diplomas in financial law and civil and commercial procedural law by Universidad Panamericana. Also, Mr. Curiel-Valtierra has written and published several articles regarding relevant legal provisions in commercial and public law and participated in diverse forums in connection with commercial and financial law as well as insolvency and bankruptcy proceedings. Mr. Curiel Valtierra advises on litigation for civil, commercial, leasing, financial, administrative and amparo matters, among others. He has represented public and private companies, banks and individuals in multiple litigations before state and federal jurisdictions in Mexico, resulting in various types of legal actions. He also works with multiple companies from different sectors in amparo actions for official government actions deemed unconstitutional, as well as in administrative procedures before different authorities.

In brief The 2021 amendments to the Amparo Law, published in the Official Federal Gazette on 7 June 2021, are regarding the creation of new entities for the federal judicial power and a new jurisprudence system that overly empowers the Supreme Court of Justice. _______________________________ The new jurisprudence system overly empowers the Supreme Court of Justice In the new jurisprudence system, the Supreme Court’s resolutions will be mandatory immediately, instead of the five consistent judgments…