Three Crowns has maintained its leading ranking for international arbitration in The Legal 500 – Latin America 2022 edition.
“UNMATCHED STRATEGIC AND TACTICAL ABILITY”
In once again naming Three Crowns a leading practice, The Legal 500 highlights Three Crowns’ “world-class experience”. Clients described the “excellent” team as “very creative with deep and detailed knowledge of their cases as well as the knowledge of various regulatory and legal systems” and that “Carmen Martinez Lopez, Agustin G. Sanz and Gaëtan Verhoosel take on a client’s affairs as their own”.
“AT THE LEVEL OF THE BEST FIRMS”
In maintaining his ranking as a “Leading individual” for 2022, The Legal 500 notes that Gaëtan is a “sought-after co-arbitrator and chair for commercial and investment treaty arbitrations and has developed an enviable client list and high-calibre track record in Latin America across the power generation, oil and gas, banking, infrastructure and construction sectors”. Clients also described him as “an exceptional leader”. Gaëtan has served as advocate and as arbitrator in numerous commercial and investment treaty arbitrations where significant financial recoveries were at stake or novel legal issues raised.
Carmen also maintains her ranking as a “Leading Individual” with the guide highlighting her as “highly rated” and “an expert in Spanish and Latin American matters in particular, with a strong focus on energy”. Carmen has appeared as advocate in numerous investment treaty and commercial arbitrations, both under the rules of the major arbitral institutions and ad hoc, across a variety of jurisdictions.
Agustin has again been ranked as a “Rising Star” in this year’s guide, in which clients described him as “a very efficient lawyer” and “an exceptional professional” with The Legal 500 noting that he “has worked in landmark investment treaty arbitrations in the region”. Agustin has extensive experience of both international commercial and investment treaty arbitrations involving disputes in a broad range of sectors. He also advises sovereigns and international organisations in matters of public international law.« Back