Business and Law Professionals

We are reliable, sophisticated, experienced, talented business and law professionals: business consultants, entrepreneurs, attorneys or professors; some of us are still in business, consultants, in private practice or still teaching.

We have a roster from which we assess and choose our best available people for each client and matter. Then you approve us based on our Curriculum Vitae, and any other factors you wish.

Are some of us “retired”? No. From what would we “retire”? We do this work because we love it, and we’re excellent.

A few words about our pricing: No size fits all. Within the framework of our business model (a one-time business assessment fee and a fixed, monthly “on call” fee), we’re open-minded and flexible, which benefits us and you.

A few words about your existing relationships with your attorneys: We welcome all opportunities to collaborate with your existing professionals; attorneys or otherwise.

CEO / Founder

Michael Sweig, J.D., LL.M.

Mr. Sweig is a businessman. He has also served as Party Representative in 13 international arbitrations since 2019, and as an advisor, member of a Board of Managers, Board of Directors, or as a corporate officer for companies ranging from algorithm engineers, automobile wholesaling, construction of public and private sector shooting ranges, medical devices, a Physicians Association, horticultural installations, and oil field equipment distribution.

He concentrates on contracts, international tax aspects of business transactions, and corporate governance. Over the last eight years as Residente Permanente in Mexico, Residente-in-Tramite, Uruguay, and now having moved Resolve Global’s “center of vital interests” to Uruguay. Mr. Sweig has acquired and continues to sharpen his facility with tax treaties, currency regulations, anti-money laundering regulations and protocols, free trade agreements, and bid rigging regulation.

To date, in 2023:
We are proud to have participated in the negotiation of a near full recovery and  settlement for multiple investors and our investment advisory client in the aftermath of losses incurred by a rogue criminal options trader who had misappropriated millions of dollars in partnership funds.

We are assisting a family office client in Argentina with an equity raise for a Green Hydrogen development project.

We are collaborating with Uruguay legal counsel on behalf of a Uruguayan holding company to acquire a license to import classic cars duty free, and to tokenize inventories of classic cars.

In 2022:
Our work was defined by the Ukraine war and the Pandemic aftermath.

– Immediately after Putin invaded Ukraine, we were engaged by Central Asian software developers and investors to study and facilitate capital flow to the West within the limitations of their closed economy currency regulations. The goal was to structure movement through tax efficient cross-border arm’s length transactions.

– We were engaged as Directors of Business Affairs to liaise with outside litigation counsel for an aggrieved Texas Physician’s Association robbed of their interest in almost $300 million of revenue and related profits earned from exclusive, public PCR testing contracts for Covid-19. Most of the profits were stolen by the venture’s dominant shareholder.

In 2021, Mr. Sweig wrote and negotiated the terms and conditions for an estimated $25 million in contracts for 16 planned shooting ranges.

In 2020, Mr. Sweig negotiated resolution of a $27 million oral cproontract dispute in three weeks, by wire transfer of $10 million to our client company and restructuring of the remaining $17 million.


THOMAS JEFFERSON SCHOOL OF LAW, LL.M, Summa Cum Laude, 2018, International Taxation

DEPAUL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF LAW, Juris Doctor, 1986. Managing Editor of Lead Articles, De Paul Law Review,1985-1986


Practice in Mexico. International Law and ADR. Cedulas in law, economics and finance. Licenciatura en Derecho, Universidad Jose Vasconcelos Internacional; Licenciatura en Economía y Finanzas, Universidad Internacional. In Uruguay per Free Trade Agreement between Uruguay and Mexico for services (July 14, 2004); Uruguay Ley No. 1570 (June 24, 1985)(Legal Profession). Residente Permanente, Mexico; Residente-en-Tramite, Uruguay. Not Licensed to Practice Law in the United States

Member: International Bar Association American Bar Association, Academy of Legal Studies in Business.


Jon Rouske — General Counsel

Jon is an attorney/CPA, and a former (retired) FBI Special Agent.  During his twenty-four year FBI career, Jon worked as a case agent on a variety of complex white-collar crime matters and as a violent crime task force officer assigned to the Chicago Police Department.  After retiring from the FBI in 2019, Jon worked as a public advocate and Administrative Law Judge for the State of Arizona before moving back to Chicago to run his own private detective agency.

William B. Clarke — Investigator

Mr. William B. (“Bill”) Clarke has worked with Michael Sweig and Resolve Global for many years. Mr. Clarke is a trusted, seasoned private investigator and research professional, who is familiar with KYC, AML and related international protocols. He is a former undercover narcotics detective with the Ontario, Canada police department.

Manuel Prieto Arellano

With over 20 years of legal practice, Manuel Prieto has acquired a wide range of legal experience, ranging from matters concerning Mexican federal administration, to civil, labor and administrative litigation. He is experienced in public and private contracting, and has worked as an Assessor for the Morelos representative Chamber Commission of National Defense. In international law and business, Mr. Prieto’s experience includes logistics and transportation. He is also an entrepreneur.

Mr. Prieto’s public policy and legislative experience includes advocacy for law reforms and proposals in the Morelos federal and state legislatures. In Morelos, under Legislature 52, he became the Technical Secretary for the Tourism Commission, which allowed him to generate law proposals for economic and tourism development for the State of Morelos. Not licensed in the United States.

Presently, Mr. Prieto teaches Administrative Law, Professional Rhetoric Ethics, and Legal Argumentation at the Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos. 


Sebastián Guadarrama Prieto


2021 – Litigation auxiliar in Criminal, Family, Civil and Labor Matters of Manuel Prieto Arellano Attorney.

2020 – 2021 Court of Administrative Justice of the State of Morelos (TJA). Auxiliar of the Judicial Officers of the Fourth Specialist Chamber in Administrative Responsibilities.

2018 – 2019 PIÙ CAPITAL Financial Services. Auxiliar of the Legal Advice Department.

2017 Public Notary Number Two of Cuernavaca, Morelos. Protocol area.


2016 – 2021 (present) Autonomous University of the State of Morelos (UAEM). Higher Education Law Degree (1st and 2nd semester). Escuela Libre de Derecho. Attorney Degree (1st year). Autonomous University of the State of More

2013 – 2016 Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education (ITESM) Higher Secondary Education Bilingual High School Program. Campus Hidalgo (2013) and Campus Cuernavaca (2014 – 2016). 2016 – 2021 (present) Autonomous University of the State of Morelos (UAEM). Higher Education Law Degree (1st and 2nd semester). Escuela Libre de Derecho. Attorney Degree (1st year). Autonomous University of the State of More.-

Languages: Spanish (native) and English (professionally fluent).