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Rodríguez Angobaldo Abogados
CALLE CHINCHÓN 601-609-631
LIMA 15046

Work Department

Litigation and arbitration.


Partner and co-head of Litigation and Arbitration.


Jaime Heredia Tamayo has been a partner in Rodríguez Angobaldo Abogados since 2018.

Specializing in Civil Procedure Law, Constitutional Procedure Law, and Contentious-Administrative and Arbitration Proceedings, Jaime Heredia Tamayo is a seasoned litigator with a strong background in conducting judicial and arbitration cases and complex administrative disputes. He handles mostly cases involving regulatory matters, taxes, and sanctions, and high-stake civil, corporate and infrastructure controversies.

He has unrivalled experience in the constitutional defence of oil companies in sensitive cases involving constitutional rights, diffuse interests, environmental rights, right to prior consultation, and rights of uncontacted peoples. He also has hands-on experience in matters related to free competition.

Jaime Heredia Tamayo is frequently invited to lecture on arbitration matters at major ADR conferences.


Spanish and English


Lima Bar Association


Universidad de San Martín de Porres

Master´s degree in Civil Procedure Law


Professor of Civil Procedural Law, Universidad de San Martín de Porres
Senior partner, Muñiz, Olaya, Meléndez, Castro, Ono & Herrera Abogados

Lawyer Rankings

Peru > Dispute resolution

Rodríguez Angobaldo Abogados combined its experience of acting for insurance and banking clients, recently, undertaking a constitutional case against the Peruvian Congress’ approval of Law No. 31143 on behalf of insurer Pacífico Compañía de Seguros y Reaseguros and financial institution Banco Pichincha. The 30-strong disputes team covers a broad array of contentious work, including civil, commercial, constitutional and regulatory/administrative cases, but the insurance/financial sector axis is a particular sweet spot: insurer Rímac Seguros y Reaseguros is a regular client, while on the banking side the team has advised Scotiabank and Banco de Crédito del Perú on hundreds of litigation cases, regarding breach-of-contract and damages claims, among other matters. Additionally, the team has seen an uptick in work for healthcare clients. Practice head Fernando Rodriguez Angobaldo, who focuses on conflict resolution strategies, is flanked by practice co-heads Jaime Heredia, who leads the arbitration practice; and litigator Adolfo Pinillos, who recently represented Telefónica del Perú in arbitral proceedings against the Peruvian Secretary of Telecommunications. Key associate support is provided by senior Marco Torres Maldonado and intermediate Claudia Garcia Bustamante. However, former partner Úrsula Caro left the firm in February 2022 to focus on acting as an independent arbitrator.