Mr Freddie Vasquez > Triay & Triay > Gibraltar, Gibraltar > Lawyer Profile

Triay & Triay
28 IRISH TOWN
PO BOX 15
GIBRALTAR
Gibraltar

Work Department

Dispute Resolution

Position

Partner

Career

Freddie was admitted to the Bar in England at the Honorable Society of the Inner Temple and practiced in London for a period before joining the Bar in Gibraltar in 1982. He was a Partner at Vasquez Benady prior to its merger with Triay & Triay. He was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2003.

He is a senior partner and forms part of the general and commercial dispute resolution team, with particular emphasis on contractual, landlord and tenant, trust and banking disputes and interim remedies relating to these.

He is a CEDR accredited, and one of Gibraltar’s foremost, mediators.

Freddie has been described as “extremely able and experienced”, maintaining his solid reputation in dispute resolution and representing clients in key civil and commercial litigation cases.

Languages

English, Spanish

Memberships

Member of the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple

Education

BA (Hons) Oxford University

Lawyer Rankings

Gibraltar > Dispute resolution

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Freddie Vasquez QC



Triay & Triay

The ‘very impressiveTriay & Triay is ‘a go-to firm for disputes of any complexity’ and has ‘a pre-eminent reputation for trust and commercial litigation’. The firm provides ‘all the local know-how and international expertise a client could need’ and has ‘a huge bank of knowledge combined with a wealth of experience to draw on’. Leading the practice are ‘first-class litigatorCharles Simpson, who ‘exudes confidence and really knows his stuff’; the ‘tenacious and creativeFreddie Vasquez QC, who is known as ‘a worthy opponent in any courtroom battle’; and personal injury specialist Simon Triay, who is also experienced in trade mark disputes. In recent highlights, the team acted for Grant Thornton in a high-value insurance liquidation and handled a multitude of claims arising from it, and represented Natalie Balban-Diable in a dispute related to the ownership of a basement cellar in Gibraltar.