Pablo D. López Zadicoff is a Senior Vice President with Compass Lexecon in Washington DC, where he is the staff leader for the International Arbitration practice. Mr. Lopez Zadicoff has testified in multiple Treaty and Commercial Arbitrations and has been involved in more than 65 commercial and treaty arbitration proceedings.
Previously with LECG’s International Arbitration practice, Mr. Lopez Zadicoff has 14 years of experience consulting and providing economic, regulatory and financial analysis used in amicable and non-amicable dispute resolution mechanisms. He has designed and led teams in charge of implementing customized valuation models for more than 75 assets from diverse industries (commodities, consumer goods, financial products, industrial products, hospitality and real estate, telecommunications and regulated utilities) located all over the world, with emphasis in emerging markets.
Mr. López Zadicoff has a Master in Arts in Economics (UNLP) and an MBA from NYU Stern School of Business (specialized in finance, marketing and economics). He has been an independent researcher in the Labor market in Argentina and has been an economics lecturer in Economics at Universidad del CEMA and Universidad de Buenos Aires. He has also published several articles on damages methodologies for dispute resolutions mechanisms.