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Michael Diaz, Diaz Reus; Jonathan Hamilton, White & Case; Nick Henchie, Vinson & Elkins and Randy Mastro, Gibson Dunn.  (Latinvex collage)
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
Special Reports

Latinvex Legal 50: Arbitration & Litigation Leaders

The top international law firms in Latin America arbitration and litigation work.


Latinvex takes a closer look at the key highlights of the international law firms that top the Latinvex Legal 50 category for arbitration and litigation work.

Gibson Dunn tops the subranking for litigation work, while White & Case tops the subranking on arbitration.

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Article Keywords: Argentina, Diaz Reus, Bingham, Chevron, Cleary Gottlieb, Dole, Ecuador, Gibson Dunn, Nicaragua, Panama Canal, Peru, Sidley Austin, Vinson & Elkins, White & Case

Rank Keywords: Arnold & Porter, Astigarraga Davis, Bingham, Cleary Gottlieb,
Covington & Burling,  Curtis, Debevoise & Plimpton, Diaz Reus, Foley Hoag, Freshfields, Gibson Dunn, Harper Meyer, Sidley Austin, Squire Patton Boggs, Vinson & Elkins, White & Case, Winston & Strawn


Latinvex Legal 50 (2014): Banking & Finance Leaders

Latinvex Legal 50 (2014): The Capital Market Leaders

Latinvex Legal 50 (2014): The Corporate/M&A Leaders

Latinvex Legal 50 (2014): The Energy Leaders

Latinvex Legal 50 (2014): The Project Finance Leaders


Latinvex Legal 50 (2014): The Ranking

Latinvex Legal 50 (2014): By Alphabetical Order

Latinvex Legal 50 (2014): The Partner Tally

Latinvex Legal 50 (2014): Top 15 Arbitration Firms

Latinvex Legal 50 (2014): Top 25 Banking & Finance Firms

Latinvex Legal 50 (2014): Top 15 Capital Markets Firms

Latinvex Legal 50 (2014): Top 25 Corporate/M&A Firms

Latinvex Legal 50 (2014): Top 15 Energy Firms

Latinvex Legal 50 (2014): Top 10 Litigation Firms

Latinvex Legal 50 (2014): Top 10 Project Finance Firms

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