Eduardo Rivera joined the Civil and Commercial Litigation Department of Arochi & Lindner Mexico in October, 2017 as an associate, taking part in litigations regarding restitution for moral damages, compensatory damages derived from administrative infringements determined by the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property as well as conflicts derived from violations to the Federal Copyright Law, among others.
He has worked as a litigator in the areas of civil, commercial, family and amparo law for more than 10 years in prestigious law firms in Mexico and has been involved in litigation cases of national relevance.
His professional practice has focused on defending both national and foreign clients, as well as various Credit Institutions through the processing of ordinary civil lawsuits, special mortgage lawsuits, real estate lease disputes, inheritance lawsuits, family disputes, ordinary commercial lawsuits, commercial executive lawsuits, oral trials, preliminary injunctions, commercial bankruptcy proceedings, ordinary federal lawsuits, commercial arbitration (institutional and ad hoc), controversies between shareholders, among others.
Eduardo attained his Law degree at the Escuela Libre de Derecho, where he graduated with a thesis titled “The Denaturalization of the Special Mortgage Trial in Mexico City”. He also has a Specialization in Commercial Law from the Escuela Libre de Derecho and a certification degree in International Commercial Arbitration, jointly by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the Escuela Libre de Derecho.