Fernando Bedoya

Fernando Bedoya

Partner, Pérez-Llorca
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Fernando Bedoya has been partner of Pérez-Llorca’s litigation and arbitration practice since January 2018. He joined Pérez-Llorca in 2009, after several years of experience at an international law firm. Fernando holds a Master’s degree in Procedural Law (LLM), Universidad Complutense de Madrid; a Degree in Business Administration, Universidad Pontificia de Comillas, Madrid (ICADE E3) and a Degree in Law, Universidad Pontificia de Comillas, Madrid (ICADE E3). He speaks Spanish, English, French and Italian. Fernando is an expert in the resolution of particularly large and complex civil and commercial disputes. He represents clients before the Spanish ordinary courts as well as before the main international and Spanish courts of arbitration. He specialises in investment arbitration, contractual disputes (engineering and construction projects, energy and real estate), directors’ liability, corporate disputes, post-M&A disputes and damages arising from infringements of competition law. Fernando is also an arbitrator and active member of the Spanish Arbitration Club, where he was coordinator of the club’s under 40 section (CEA-40). He was also a member of the Co-Chairs Circle, an association that connects representatives of the main arbitration associations across the world. He is professor of civil litigation at Universidad Pontificia Comillas and of Arbitration at Universidad de Navarra, and regularly participates as a moderator or speaker at international conferences and seminars on these areas. He has written several articles for legal journals and specialist publications. In 2017, he coordinated the new edition of the ‘Spanish Arbitration Code’ published by Aranzadi. Fernando Bedoya features in various legal directories such as: Who’s Who Legal: Arbitration (Future Leaders – Partners); Leaders League: Commercial Litigation, and International Arbitration and Best Lawyers: Arbitration and Mediation, and Litigation.

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