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Latin-America Guide

Dispute Resolution: Most in Demand Arbitrators — Venezuela

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Carlos Eduardo Acedo Sucre

Mendoza, Palacios, Acedo, Borjas, Páez Pumar & Cía

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Co-head of department Carlos Eduardo Acedo Sucre is highlighted by peers for his "excellent" arbitration practice, acting as both party counsel and arbitrator. He has particular expertise in both insurance and reinsurance matters, having recently advised Zurich on a range of claims of this nature.

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José Eloy Anzola

J Eloy Anzola - Sole Practitioner

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Sole practitioner José Eloy Anzola is recognised for his long-standing presence and continued activity in the arbitration ambit. He is described as excellent in arbitration by market sources, particularly in his capacity as arbitrator.

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Luis Alfredo Araque

AraqueReyna

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Co-head of department Luis Alfredo Araque is praised by peers for being "very experienced in arbitration." He is recognised for his activity as an arbitrator, as well as his academic contribution to this area. He has advised on disputes spanning construction, TMT and engineering matters.

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AraqueReyna

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Most-in-demand arbitrator Marcos Carrillo wins plaudits from clients for his "high level of commitment and professional excellence." They also report that "his capabilities and experience have been vital to our case." He is highly regarded for his arbitration activity, with experience in both domestic and international proceedings.

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Hernando Díaz-Candia

WDA legal, S.C.

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Hernando Díaz-Candia of WDA legal, S.C. receives praise from interviewees for his "excellent" work in this area. His services as an arbitrator are described as "fantastic" by interviewees.

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Román Duque-Corredor

Hoet Pelaez Castillo & Duque

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Most-in-demand arbitrator Román Duque-Corredor is lauded by market commentators "for his experience and prudent decision-making." He boasts over 50 years of experience in dispute resolution, with particular specialisation in arbitration.

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Guillermo Gorrín

Mathison, Lupini & Asociados

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Sources describe Guillermo Gorrín of Mathison, Lupini & Asociados as a "tremendous lawyer." They further highlight his "depth of knowledge" and add that he is "fantastic with contract law matters." He remains a respected figure in the arbitration field, as both party counsel and arbitrator.

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Eugenio Hernández-Bretón

Baker McKenzie SC

From the Chambers Latin America guide

Head of department Eugenio Hernández-Bretón is described as "one of the best lawyers in the country" by peers. Sources also state that he is "excellent in arbitration." He is acting as counsel to Anglo American on an ICSID arbitration regarding the breach of a mining concession and continues to garner strong endorsement from peers for his standing as an arbitrator.

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James-Otis Rodner

Rodner Martínez & Asociados

From the Chambers Latin America guide

James-Otis Rodner of Rodner Martínez & Asociados is noted by peers as "very good" and "very well recognised." He is also praised as an "excellent arbitrator" by commentators.

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