With offices in Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua, El Salvador, and Costa Rica, the regional and international dispute resolution and arbitration firm LexinCorp is a potent contender in legal markets throughout Central America. The firm’s legal teams are highly regarded throughout the region for the efficiency with which they are able to resolve legal disputes and arbitration proceedings of the highest level of sophistication. The firm prides itself for its employment of risk prevention strategies which allow for its legal teams to resolve matters in manners alternative to court proceedings, such as through conciliation, mediation, or dispute boards. Despite the firm’s already strong presence in the Central American legal market, it experienced marked growth in all of its offices following the firm’s recent acquisition of Honduras’ Secretaria de Infraestructura y Servicios Públicos as a client. The Secretaria oversees all operations of Honduras’ New Palmerola International Airport, which is currently under construction and is a project valued at over $163M USD. The firm has been named Central America’s Arbitration Firm of the Year at the 2021 Benchmark Latin America awards.
Benito Zelaya is crucial to both the firm’s Honduras-based legal team, where he serves as managing partner, as well as to the firm’s operations at large. He plays a vital role in representing various institutions in a wide array of sectors, such as in banking, construction, pharmaceuticals, telecoms, and NGO’s to name but a few. Currently, he is serving as lead counsel in the firm’s representation of Honduras’ Secretaria de Infraestructura y Servicios Públicos.