Daniel Salinas-Serrano is a partner in the firm's international arbitration and litigation practices, and a trial lawyer and arbitration advocate with over a decade of experience successfully representing clients in complex investment treaty and commercial international arbitrations, complex commercial litigation, complex restructurings, and class actions. He represents clients in international disputes all around the world, including Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, Asia and Africa. He has particularly deep experience in investor-state arbitrations, including those administered by the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID). He has also handled arbitrations administered under the UNICTRAL rules, the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR/AAA). Mr Salinas-Serrano also has experience in complex restructuring and in criminal matters before US federal courts, including cases involving federal conspiracy and bribery statutes.
A magna cum laude graduate of Georgetown University and of Harvard Law School, Mr Salinas-Serrano regularly is invited to write and speak around the world on international arbitration and litigation topics. He has been recognised by top legal publications such as Chambers, The Legal 500, WWL and Latinvex for his arbitration work. Most recently, Mr Salinas-Serrano was selected as a Law360 Rising Star, a list that highlights the top legal talent under 40, comprising “top litigators and dealmakers practicing at a level usually seen from veteran attorneys”. His clients and peers praise Mr Salinas-Serrano’s “outstanding expertise in commercial and investment treaty arbitration as well as his excellent advocacy skills”.