Mr. Martínez, studied at the Central American University (UCA), Managua, Nicaragua, Law Degree, 2005, graduating with major in Public Law. He has completed the following relevant studies: Specialization in Economic Law, at the University of Central America (UCA) Managua, Nicaragua (2007 – 2008); Post-Degree in Criminal Code and Criminal Procedure Code, at the Central University of Nicaragua – Judicial School of the Supreme Court of Justice of Nicaragua (2010); Master in Business Law, Panamerican Universidad, Mexico City, graduating with an average of 9.9 (2013-2014).
In virtue of the Civil Procedure System reform, in 2016, he completed a Diploma in the New Civil Procedure Code, at the National Autonomous University of Nicaragua (UNAN), in Managua, Nicaragua.
In November 2020, he obtained a certificate of participation from INCAE Business School – Executive Education for his participation in the “Advanced Negotiation Program”
Between 2005 and 2007, he served as Secretary of the Civil Chamber of the Court of Appeals for Circumscription Managua and as a writ and resolutions of Appeals Resources in Civil, Commercial and Family Matters, and Legal Protection Resources projector of the same Court. Subsequently, between 2007 and 2010 he was Secretary of Actions of the Processing of the Civil District of Managua Office and then Judicial Assistant of the Second Civil Judge of the District of Managua.
He has been a member of Munguía Vidaurre Law since October 2010. As a member of Munguia Vidaurre Law, he has served as an external lawyer for Nicaraguan and foreign companies. In November 2013, during his studies in Mexico he was appointed legal advisor of the firm Praxis Jurídica de México
Among his main functions as External Legal Adviser, are the Directorate of Litigation and Administration of Intellectual Property Affairs, Commercial transactions and Regulatory Compliance regarding money laundering and terrorism funding (PLD / FT for its acronym in Spanish) and Administration of External Legal Offices at the level of Central America and Mexico.
Litigation, administrative procedures, wealth management, electronic commerce and regulatory compliance in matters of PLD / FT arbitrations (PLD/FT for its acronym in Spanish), national and international.