Constitutional Litigation

Due to recent reforms to the Mexican legal system, human rights have become a keystone in every aspect of civil and commercial litigation, either from a national (Mexican Constitution) or international (international treaties related to human rights) point of view, connecting traditional civil and commercial cases with -the more progressive- constitutional law discussions.

For over 30 years Garcia Alcocer has accrued wide experience in appearing before the Mexican Supreme Court and other Federal Tribunals in high profile civil and commercial cases involving constitutional law and human rights issues: freedom of speech, expropriation, due process, right of access to justice, standing in class actions, etc.