Transforming Public Security Crisis Through Negotiation: The Case of Ciudad Juárez, Mexico

Event Date: Tuesday March 12, 2019
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Location: WCC 2009, Harvard Law School

The Program on Negotiation, the Mexican Association at Harvard Law and Harvard Law School Negotiators are pleased to co-present:

Transforming Public Security Crisis with Negotiation: The Case of Ciudad Juárez, México


Cesar Ochoa

César Ochoa

Harvard Law School Alumnus ’87
Founding Member, Mesa de Seguridad y Justicia de Ciudad Juarez

Tuesday, March 12, 2019
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.

WCC, Room 2009, Harvard Law School

Free and open to the public.

About the event:
César Ochoa is a founding member of Mesa Seguridad y Justicia de Ciudad Juarez, a public/private task force that helped reinstate order in Juarez after it had become one of the most violent cities in the world due to drug-related violence. A graduate of Harvard Law School, Mr. Ochoa will discuss how the negotiation skills he learned in the HLS Negotiation Workshop were used to address security and justice concerns in Cuidad Juarez, Mexico.

About the speaker:
Mr. César Ochoa has more than 30 years of experience counseling domestic and foreign companies doing business in México, helping them with issues involving foreign investment, international trade, corporate law, real estate, labor law, complex negotiations, and mediation.

Mr. Ochoa co-founded EGAO, one of the predecessor firms of EC Legal in 1992. He acted as Managing Partner of the Firm from 1999 to 2013, and he is currently the head of its Mergers and Acquisitions Department. He routinely represents clients in complex trans-border transactions and negotiations including M&A transactions, maquiladoras, joint ventures, contracts, international trade, corporate law, tax and real estate matters.


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