Team News | International Arbitration Newsletter May 2018
Lisbon and Santiago de Chile hires add weight to Garrigues´ arbitration group
Garrigues enhances its litigation and arbitration capabilities in Portugal and Chile with the addition of partner Lino Torgal (Lisbon) and senior associate Claudia Saavedra (Lisbon) principal associate Cristóbal Sarralde (Santiago de Chile).
Garrigues has once again been recognized by the prestigious GAR100 in its 11th edition as one of the top 100 firms in the world specializing in international arbitration with Carlos de los Santos (Madrid), Joe Tirado (London), Francisco Serrano (Madrid), Jaime Luis Iglesias (São Paulo/Bogotá), Alberto Acevedo Rehbein (Bogotá) and Mónica van der Schraft (Santiago de Chile) receiving special mention.
Joe Tirado (London) has been appointed and Carlos de los Santos (Madrid) and Manuel Torres Salazar (Shanghai/Beijing) have been reappointed to the Shanghai International Arbitration Center panel of arbitrators and mediators.
Recent speaking engagements
Carlos de los Santos (Madrid) to spoke at the XII IPA Congress, in Lima, Perú.
Carlos de los Santos (Madrid), Joe Tirado (London) and Pedro Tent (Valencia) were speakers at a major international conference held in Seville, Spain jointly organized by the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL), the Club Español de Arbitraje (CEA) and the Universities of Zaragoza and Loyola Andalusia to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the New York Convention.
Lino Torgal (Lisbon) spoke at a seminar on Appeals to the Constitutional Court of Arbitral Tribunals Rulings at the Lisbon Law Faculty, Lisbon, Portugal.
Javier del Corte (Bilbao) was a speaker at a seminar on shipping arbitration in Bilbao, Spain.
Elisa Vicente (Madrid) has contributed a chapter to 40 under 40, a publication in which the contributors are the most promising rising stars in international arbitration.
Joe Tirado (London) is the Contributing Editor to Global Legal Insight: International Arbitration 2018, the 4th edition of which has just been published. It is available in hard copy and online. The 4th edition, together with the first three editions in the series, provides a global analysis of common issues in international arbitration laws and regulations across 60 jurisdictions. It covers key topics including arbitration agreements and procedures, arbitrators, interim relief, arbitration awards, challenge and enforcement of awards, investment arbitration and decisions. The book is live on the GLI website and free to access at https://www.globallegalinsights.com/.