Mr Julio César Pérez > Payet, Rey, Cauvi, Pérez Abogados > Lima, Peru > Lawyer Profile

Payet, Rey, Cauvi, Pérez Abogados
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Litigation, constitutional procedural law and commercial law




Mr Pérez is partner of the firm, specialising in litigation, constitutional procedural law and commercial law.

He has extensive experience in general litigation, spanning to tort, contracts and family law actions and remedies; and commercial litigation, including derivative actions and corporate disputes among shareholders. He has participated in several major local and international corporate disputes in recent years successfully advising our clients.

He is currently chairman of the board of Scotia Bolsa, and has served as member of the board of Empresa Nacional de Turismo SA ENTURPERU – and of the Liquidating Committee of Empresa Turística Regional Inka SA – EMTURIN.

Prior to joining the firm, he was an associate at Estudio Cauvi & Benites and at Estudio Benites Mercado & Ugaz, as well as partner at Estudio Juan José Cauvi & Asociados.


Spanish and English.


Iberoamerican Institute of Procedural Law; Member of the Court of Arbitration of the Lima Bar Association; Arbitrator appointed from the Center of National and International Conciliation and Arbitration of the Lima Chamber of Commerce; Arbitrator appointed from the Procurement Supervisory Authority of the Republic of Peru (OSCE).


Master’s in Business Administration, Universidad del Pacífico, 2010; licensed in Law, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, 1991.

Lawyer Rankings

Peru > Dispute resolution

A slew of big-name domestic companies turn to Payet, Rey, Cauvi, Pérez Abogados to fight their largest battles, be they against the tax authority, regulatory bodies, or in the courts or arbitration forums. The 2019 hire of Mario Reggiardo from Bullard Falla Ezcurra Abogados is paying dividends, attracting significant domestic arbitration cases to the firm. It can now boast strength in all key areas: litigation, arbitration and white-collar crime. Julio César Pérez leads the litigation practice and boasts an extensive caseload of high-impact conflicts for the likes of Scotiabank, Enel Generación Piura and Interbank. Fellow co-head Reggiardo leads the arbitration side and brings ICC arbitration experience to the firm. The two partners lead a bank of 25 associates, including seniors Francisco Ugaz, a key figure for criminal advisory and litigation matters; and Mayra Bryce, who is regularly involved in lead international arbitration matters, and Luis Bustamante and Alessandra Mendoza; all three undertake administrative, civil and commercial litigation, dispute resolution and arbitration.