Toronto (Canada) - Fasken Martineau, a leading international business law and litigation firm, announced today that five of its lawyers were named in two categories of the 2015 edition of Chambers Latin America.
Chambers notes that Fasken Martineau has a "sizeable international presence with a strong Latin American focus" and is "known in particular for its market-leading mining work in Peru".
Lawyers recognized by the publication for 2015 include:
International Arbitration: Arbitrators - Latin America-wide
- Henri Alvarez, QC
Chambers says: "Henri Alvarez … is in high demand as an arbitrator in Latin American matters, with sources highlighting his ability to bridge cultural gaps. He sat as president of the court in a USD500 million dispute between CODACSA and the Dominican Republic."
Projects: Mining: Leading Canadian Firms - Latin America-wide
- Michael Bourassa
- Chuck Higgins
- Alison Lacy
- John Turner
Chambers comments that the members of the firm's Global Mining Group "are extremely informed and dedicated and know a lot about Latin America."
"We are extremely proud of these rankings that are reflective of both peer and client reviews of our lawyers and the quality services we provide internationally," said David Corbett, Managing Partner for the Firm.
2015 marks the seventh edition of the Latin America guide. Over 12,000 interviews were conducted with lawyers and clients in order to identify leading lawyers and law firms in the region.
About Fasken Martineau
Fasken Martineau is a leading international business law and litigation firm. With more than 770 lawyers, the firm has offices in Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Ottawa, Montréal, Québec City, London, Paris and Johannesburg. For additional information, please visit the firm's website at www.fasken.com.