Attorney-at-Law with more than 18 years of experience. Specialist in civil and commercial consultancy and litigation, primarily in matters related to restructuring, bankruptcy proceedings, commercial arbitration, insurance and bonds, shareholders disputes, execution of guarantees (trusts, pledges and mortgages), as well as matters related to the compliance of several agreements and contracts of a civil and commercial nature.
Main Areas of Practice
- Civil and Commercial consultancy and litigation.
- Specialist in Amparo Proceeding (direct and indirect) on Civil and Commercial matters.
In 2000, he joined the Law Firm Barrera, Siqueiros y Torres Landa (currently Hogan Lovells) as an intern and in December 2013 he was promoted as a partner of the civil and commercial litigation department of such Firm. In 2014 he founded the Law Firm Cuéllar, Aguilar, Morlett, Isla y Abogados, S.C, today CAMYA Abogados.
He has represented companies such as Sherwin Williams, International Distribution Company and Hewlett Packard in various bankruptcy proceedings. Likewise, he has performed out actions and defended different financial institutions, domestic and transnational companies, as well as foreign investment groups in several high complexity civil and commercial proceedings.
He has published many legal articles for the Mexican Bar Association, as well as for the international magazine “Juris Publishing”. He collaborated in the book titled “Actualidad Corporativa”, Volume II of the Corporate Law Collection published by Editorial Porrúa. Previously, he prepared several legal reports for the Barrera, Siqueiros and Torres Landa Law Firm.
He participated as a speaker regarding matters on the stay of execution in amparo proceedings within the “Háblame Derecho” tv show of the Federal Judicial Council channel.
He has participated in pro-bono activities with the “Santa Fe Community Center” and “Casa de la Sal”.
He is professor of Constitutional Proceedings (“Amparo II”) in JD level degree at the Universidad Anáhuac, Norte campus and has taught subjects in the LLM level degree such as The State and Constitution and Corporate Governance.
He was professor of Bankruptcy Proceedings, Constitutional Procedural Law and Forensic Practice of Constitutional Proceedings (“Amparo”) in JD level degree at the Universidad Panamericana and led the Seminar “The stay of execution of the act claimed under the criteria of public order and the appearance of the “fumus boni iuris” in the postgraduate of Constitutional Proceedings (“Amparo”) at Universidad Panamericana.
He has given lectures in Commercial Law – Credit Securities and Operations (Mercantil II) at the Universidad Iberoamericana, Mexico City campus, as well as the Procedural Aspects of Constitutional Proceedings (Amparo I) in the LLM level degree at the Universidad Iberoamericana, Torreon campus.
Mr. Cuellar was invited as lecturer in the 2018 Constitutional Claims (Amparo) graduate program organized by the Palace of Culture of the Mexican Supreme Court of Justice.
He has been a thesis director at the Universidad Panamericana and Universidad Anahuac, Norte campus and participated as synodal in several professional thesis examinations.
He has participated in several conferences in Constitutional Proceedings (“Amparo”) at the Universidad Anáhuac, Norte campus, as well as at the National Association of Circuit Magistrates and District Judges of the Federal Judicial Council (“Asociación Nacional de Magistrados de Circuito y Jueces de Distrito del Poder Judicial de la Federación”) and the House of Legal Culture (“Casa de la Cultura Jurídica”).