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Winston & Strawn LLP

200 PARK AVENUE, NEW YORK, NY 10017, USA
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Work +1 212 294 6700
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Fax +1 212 294 4700
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Julissa Reynoso

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Work 212-294-4756
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Winston & Strawn

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https://www.winston.com/en/who-we-are/attorneys/reynoso-julissa.html


Latin America: International firms

International arbitration

Within: International arbitration

Led by Ricardo Ugarte, Winston & Strawn LLP’s six-partner team is known for investment arbitration, where it has a wealth of experience acting for a diverse mix of Latin American sovereign states, state-owned entities and investors. The Washington DC-based Tomás Leonard and Eric Bloom continue to represent the Republic of Ecuador in a decade-long series of disputes, including its multibillion-dollar UNCITRAL arbitration with Chevron and Texaco pertaining to environmental damage. Other work highlights saw the practice group handling an investor-state arbitration in the telecoms sector. Team developments saw the 2017 arrival of Julissa Reynoso, who joined from legacy firm Chadbourne & Parke.

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United States: Dispute resolution

International arbitration

Within: International arbitration

Winston & Strawn LLP has vast expertise in commercial arbitration concentrated in the energy, and the oil and gas sectors. Led by Ricardo Ugarte, who splits his time between London and Chicago, the team is acting for the Republic of Ecuador in a $9.5m UNCITRAL arbitration proceeding instigated by Chevron Corporation and Texaco Petroleum Company. It is also representing the Republic of Haiti in certain investment treaty matters. Also recommended are Washington DC-based Eric Bloom (‘great team leader’) and Julissa Reynoso, who is based in New York. Tomás Leonard and Nicole Silver left the Washington DC office to join Greenberg Traurig, LLP.

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