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Estudio Echecopar member firm of Baker McKenzie International

AV. LA FLORESTA 497, PISO 5. SAN BORJA, LIMA 41, PERU
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Estudio Echecopar member firm of Baker McKenzie International, Sheilah Vargas Soto, Lima, PERU

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Sheilah Vargas Soto - Estudio Echecopar member firm of Baker McKenzie International

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Among the largest teams in the market, Estudio Echecopar member firm of Baker McKenzie International is ‘one of the best in Peru’ and provides an ‘excellent service’. It is the firm of choice for the state government in several high-profile proceedings: for example, it is acting for the Republic of Peru alongside White & Case LLP in an $160m ICSID arbitration brought by DP World Callao, P&O Dover and the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company concerning unfair competition at key ports in Peru; advice is led by María del Carmen Tovar, who is praised for her professionalism. Head of practice Ana María Arrarte is leading advice to América Móvil Perú in $494m judicial proceedings brought by the Peruvian Ministry of Transport and Communications concerning the methods used to charge mobile phone companies radio electric spectrum fees. Other key partners include Javier Tovar, Yvo Cuba and Javier de Belaunde, while senior associate Hugo Alonzo ‘seems to have a brilliant future’ and fellow senior associate Sheilah Vargas Soto is very experienced. Clients include the Republic of Ecuador, Interbank, Consorcio Constructor M2 Lima, Petroleos del Peru and Línea Amarilla.

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