We know the dynamics of various economic sectors. We understand the conflicts related to each type of industry. We seek to resolve them. We speak your language.
As trial lawyers, we have extensive experience at both national and international levels in designing effective, comprehensive legal strategies focused on persuasion.
We take a cross-functional approach that includes economic analysis and focuses on the cost-benefit ratio of the various aspects each case involves.
We have been representing lawyers in various national and international arbitration cases in construction, gas supply contracts, energy distribution, telecommunications, general risk insurance and general contracts. We have taken part in resolving controversies linked to international contracts signed based on FIDIC model construction contracts and subject to UNCITRAL international arbitration rules.
We specialize in the economic analysis of law. This puts us one step ahead in any legal process related to the technicalities of how a certain market works, which requires deeper expertise in and knowledge of those topics.
We have been practicing as arbitrators for years at both national and international levels in different types of controversies caused by commercial disputes, breach of shareholders’ agreements, or issues linked to construction contracts and contracts for supply of goods, just to mention some examples.
We have helped design and draw up the Peruvian Arbitration Law. The associates at our firm have chaired committees appointed by the Executive Branch to review and draw up the new law. We have also participated in the design of the legal framework the Peruvian government currently applies when it has to face ICSID investment arbitration.
We have also helped design the Arbitration and Conciliation Center of the Superintendency of Healthcare Providers (SEPS, in Spanish), the Bankruptcy Arbitration Regulation of the Arbitration and Conciliation Center of Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, and other legal frameworks that promote alternative dispute resolution.
Some of our associates have worked as consultants for the United Nations Development Program, the World Bank, foreign governments, and private, non-profit institutions engaged in these types of activities.
Several members of our firm have taken part in proceedings administered by the following institutions:
– International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce of Paris
– National and International Arbitration and Conciliation Centre of the Lima Chamber of Commerce
– High Council for Government Procurement and Acquisitions (CONSUCODE, in Spanish)
– Arbitration Center of the American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM)
– Conciliation and Arbitration Center of Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú
– Lima Bar Association