Jorge Canals’ practice focuses on civil, commercial, criminal and administrative litigation, as well as arbitration. With more than 30 years of practice and experience, Jorge is well-positioned to advise clients in those subjects, with a unique combination of strategy, experience and commitment that places him always at the forefront of his practice. His civil litigation practice encompasses issues such as voluntary jurisdiction and proceedings of surveying and demarcation, civil trials, real property litigation, copyright litigation, and special foreclosures. In commercial litigation he has handled ordinary and summary commercial trials, arbitration, copyright and intellectual property disputes, corporate disputes, and consumer protection and franchise matters. His experience with criminal litigation is in the areas of white collar, theft, fraud, mismanagement , abuse of trust, tax crimes, intellectual property crimes, banking and stock market crimes. Jorge’s administrative litigation encompasses areas of government procurement litigation with administrative authorities and before the Federal Court of Tax and Administrative Claims. He also has experience with judgment of indirect and direct Amparo in civil, criminal and administrative matters, including procedural violations, final judgments, warrants, arrest warrants, search warrants, orders of attachment, subject to process orders, formal arrest, administrative identification, as well as administrative sanctions.
Activities and Affiliations
- Coordinator, Universidad Panamericana (1980-1982)
- Member, Regulatory and Public Works Commission of the Mexico Chamber of Construction
- Professor, Panamerican University, Latin American University and graduate studies in Law University
- Academic Coordinator, Division of Graduate Studies, Universidad Panamericana