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As profiled by Chambers and Partners, Eduardo is considered as “one of the most important litigators in the country”. He advises local and multinational corporations in complex litigation (particularly in commercial, banking, civil and constitutional matters) and arbitration (both domestic and international). He regularly represents parties and sits as arbitrator in cases involving different rules and multiple jurisdictions. Eduardo Carmigniani is president of the Ecuadorian Arbitration Institute, director of the board of the Centre of Arbitration of the Chamber of Commerce of Guayaquil, Ecuador’s representative to the ICC Court of Arbitration (2009–2015) and member of the ICC Latin American Group. Among his recent representations include: representing an Ecuadorian group in an ICC arbitration with a seat on Mexico regarding a cross-border acquisition of a corporation in the dairy industry; representing a Mexican investor in an arbitration matter under the rules of the CIAM regarding the breach of a concession contract; representing an Ecuadorian company in a 28 US Code § 1782 action in the Courts of Florida; representing an Ecuadorian corporation in the successful negotiation regarding an exclusivity clause contained in a supply contract; representing a company in several constitutional challenges of legislative measures that levy a tax on telecommunication infrastructure on different municipalities.
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