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Latin America

Latin America

Some examples of our recent work:

  • A £4 million dispute concerning the importation of luxury boats into Brazil.
  • Represented a number of Brazilian “administrators”, in a £12 million claim brought in the High Court against English and Scottish plcs, as well as the Florida subsidiary.
  • $100m infrastructure arbitration in Machu Picchu, Peru.
  • UNCITRAL U$20 million dispute for breach of exclusive distribution agreement under Brazilian law, representing a Brazilian company against a Chinese, state-owned company.
  • Dispute involving a Brazilian upstream oil & gas company in respect of a JV, formed to design and construct a new type of FPSO, in excess of £360 million.
  • High Court claim for £1.5 million brought by a Paraguayan company against US company and English subsidiaries in the FX sector, in respect of alleged debts arising from a deficit caused by the compulsory insolvency of a bank, by the US government.

If you would like to discuss instructing us, please contact Richard Sumarno or James Duncan-Hartill.