Gustavo A.Galindo


Mexico City + 52.55.6283.5041

Gustavo Galindo focuses his practice on representing national and international corporations in civil and commercial litigation before federal and local courts in Mexico. He also has participated in domestic and international arbitrations before the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).

Gustavo has extensive experience in a variety of litigation areas such as contractual disputes, extra-contractual liability, class actions, business restructurings and bankruptcies, conflicts with shareholders and managers, interim measures, enforcement of guarantees, and insurance claims, as well as banking, financial, and real estate litigation.


  • Multinational transport infrastructure company successfully enforces shareholders agreementJones Day successfully represented a multinational transport infrastructure company with a presence in Europe, U.S., Latin America, and Asia in ICC arbitration for the enforcement of a shareholders agreement against its partner and in parallel judicial proceedings that were settled as consequence of the arbitral award.
  • Grupo Aeroportuario de la Ciudad de México prevails within class actionJones Day successfully represented Grupo Aeroportuario de la Ciudad de México, S.A. De C.V. as defendant within a class action aimed towards the cancellation of the new Mexico City Airport project for alleged environmental damages.
  • Nissan Motor Co. in global restructuring of Takata CorporationJones Day is representing Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. in connection with the global restructuring of Takata Corporation and its subsidiaries.
  • Leading auto parts manufacturer prevails in multimillion dollar commercial disputeJones Day successfully represented a leading auto parts manufacturer in a commercial dispute in excess of $17 million.
  • Hard Rock ends long running dispute in Mexico, begins new eraAfter more than eight years litigating two ICC international arbitration proceedings, and more than fifteen judicial proceedings in Mexico and one in the United States, Jones Day client Hard Rock Cafe International (STP), Inc. ended its 28-year relationship with its former Mexican Master Franchisee Operadora DB México, S.A. de C.V.