Mr. Callejas´ practice focuses on Mergers & Acquisitions, including cross-border transactions, joint ventures and venture capital transactions.
He has participated in transactions involving jurisdictions such as Central America, Jamaica, Bahamas, Netherlands Antilles, United States, and Spain, amongst others.
Additionally, Mr. Callejas has actively participated in complex white collar crime investigations which cover financial fraud and asset recovery, involving local authorities as well as foreign authorities, such as the US Securities and Exchange Commission, the US Department of Justice, and the Central Bank of Barbados.
Francisco Marroquín University, Attorney at Law and Notary Public, 2002; Central America Business Institute (INCAE) and Georgetown University Law Center, Legal Issues on International Business, 2003.
Joining the firm in 2000.
Thesis: “Analysis of the Unconstitutionality of Article 22 of the Organic Budget Law” Thesis, 2002.
Member of Acton Institute (Michigan, USA), Governance Institute (Guatemala) and Guatemalan Bar Association.
Financial Fraud and Asset Recovery, International Litigation, Mergers & Acquisitions
Foreign Languages: English