Héctor Ocampo

Héctor Ocampo's litigation practice focuses on civil, commercial, and family law matters before federal and local courts, representing the interests of companies and individuals. His practice in the private and public sectors has centered on handling trials involving the collection of mercantile credits, Mexican bankruptcies (concurso mercantil y quiebra), regularization and recovery of real estate, extinction of ownership, agreement compliance, termination and rescission, challenging shareholders' or partners' meeting minutes, and family-related disputes, among many others. He also has extensive experience in the drafting and analysis of contracts and agreements related to such matters.

Prior to joining Jones Day in 2013, Hector spent 12 years with the Mexico City government's General Direction of Legal Services. During this time he served as assistant director of legal assistance for civil, family, and real estate leasing matters in the public defender's office. In 2000, he also participated in the General Direction's project regarding amendments to the civil code for gender equity. [1]