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Miranda & Amado

Lawyer Rankings

Latin America: International firms > International arbitration > Local practitioners of note (by country)

Bullard Falla Ezcurra Abogados stands out for its ‘deep knowledge of how an arbitration procedure works‘ and its ability to provide ‘innovative solutions to specific problems‘. Within the ‘powerhouse team‘, Alfredo Bullard is ‘one of the best construction attorneys in Latin America‘ and recently acted for a group of foreign investors in an ICSID investment arbitration against the Peruvian government. Huáscar Ezcurra, who has ‘astonishing ability to anticipate moves from the counterparty‘ is also highly recommended. Miranda & Amado has notable expertise in the oil and gas, construction, and transport sectors, and has a number of well regarded practitioners including José Daniel AmadoMauricio Raffo and Luis Miranda. At Rodrigo, Elías & Medrano – Abogados, arbitration expert Juan Guillermo Lohmann, department head José Tam and the widely respected Luis Bedoya are names to note within the team which handles a mix of investment treaty arbitration and commercial disputes. Construction boutique Navarro Sologuren Paredes Gray‘s Gustavo Paredes is also recommended, as is Philippi Prietocarrizosa Ferrero DU & Uria‘s Ramiro Portocarrero.

Peru > Corporate and M&A

(Leading individuals)

Luis MirandaMiranda & Amado

Corporate powerhouse Miranda & Amado has both the expertise and strength in depth to handle the country’s most demanding and high-value transactions, including sophisticated cross-border deals. The firm fields 26 full-time corporate and M&A lawyers -one of the market’s largest teams- with clients appreciating their ‘understanding of our business‘, ‘excellent service‘ and ‘precise advice‘. Star partners include: practice head Luis Miranda, who led advice to Peruvian consumer goods company Alicorp on its $491m acquisition of household and personal hygiene products manufacturer Intradevco Industrial; Roberto MacLean, whose clients include Mitsubishi Corporation and its local subsidiary, which he represented in their $600m acquisition of a further  21.9% interest in Anglo American’s Peruvian subsidiary, Quellaveco; and ‘tough negotiatorBruno Amiel, who led the team advising Chilean petrol-station owner COPEC’s, Colombian subsidiary Terpel on its $715m acquisition of downstream assets from ExxonMobil. Other key partners of the practice include José Daniel Amado, Anahi Com and Nathalie Paredes. At associate level, the team is well served by a number of highly-qualified and experienced seniors, including Katherine Torres and María Pía Talavera, each with over 12 years’ experience in this sector. Clients include Telefónica del Perú, Grupo Gloria and Grupo Romero Group (both within top-five Peruvian conglomerates by size), and private equity group TC Latin American Partners (Terranum).