Firm Profile > ZULETA Abogados Asociados S.A.S > Bogota, Colombia
ZULETA Abogados Asociados S.A.S Offices
CALLE 87 NO. 10 - 93 OFICINA 302
BOGOTÁ D.C. 110221
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ZULETA Abogados Asociados S.A.S > The Legal 500 Rankings
Arbitration Tier 1
ZULETA Abogados Asociados S.A.S ‘has a peerless reputation’; best known for international and domestic arbitration - particularly relating to infrastructure and energy projects - the firm has also developed an international public law and human rights practice that is both novel and unique in the local market. Highly regarded international arbitrator Eduardo Zuleta (‘a pioneer’) and oil and gas expert Gustavo Suárez are both highly recommended ‘for tough oil and gas and infrastructure disputes, especially if there’s an international component’; in conjunction with Rafael Rincón, they co-lead a 19-strong team which also features Rafael Bernal and Antonio Aljure. Acting as lead counsel, the firm successfully represented a US-based oil and gas company in a New York-based ICC arbitration concerning a share purchase agreement dispute. In other work, the practice continues to act as co-counsel to two US mining companies in complex, international multi-party ICC arbitration involving rights of access to a railway facility in Colombia.
Latin America: International firms > International arbitration > Local practitioners of note (by country)
Specialist boutique ZULETA Abogados Asociados S.A.S fields a number of well regarded practitioners. Name partner Eduardo Zuleta regularly acts as both arbitrator and counsel and is the vice president of the International Court of Arbitration of the ICC; Rafael Rincón Ordóñez is is a name to note for oil and gas disputes; Rafael Bernal Gutiérrez, Antonio Aljure Salame, Gustavo Suárez Camacho are also highly recommended. Posse Herrera Ruiz has 'a really impressive team that works with international standards'. Daniel Posse acts as both attorney and arbitrator in various domestic and international arbitration proceedings. Posse recently represented a construction services provider in a series of claims against contractors relating to an EPC contract. Suescún Abogados' Felipe Suescún is active in representing local and international clients in complex arbitration cases. Jorge Suescún Melo acts as lead counsel, arbitrator and chairman in a broad range of disputes. Recent highlight saw the duo representing Reficar in a $500m ICC arbitration against an EPC contractor. Brigard Urrutia 's Luis Alfredo Barragán advises clients in domestic and international arbitration.