27Aug 18

3rd ICC Bolivia Arbitration Day

Santa Cruz, Bolivia, • Spanish

This third edition of the ICC Bolivia Arbitration Day will discuss topics of interest on local and international arbitration.


The ICC International Court of Arbitration and ICC Bolivia are organizing for the third time the ICC Bolivia Arbitration Day, in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, which will focus on the main strengths and developments in the ICC Arbitration, the scrutiny of arbitral awards, the threats of international arbitration and public procurement in Bolivia according to the Law 708, among others. It will count on the participation of national and international speakers who will share their academic and professional experiences.

Who should attend?

Practicing lawyers, corporate counsels, in-house counsel, arbitrators and other dispute resolution services practitioners, academics and professionals involved and/or interested in obtaining further knowledge and keep up to date with domestic and international arbitration in Latin America.


8:00-8:30Participants registration
8:30-8:45Welcoming remarks
8:45-10:00Panel on “Qualitative and practical advantages of ICC Arbitration”
10:00-10:15Q & A Session
10:15-10:45Coffee break
10:45-11:45Panel on “Challenges of international arbitration and the public procurement in Bolivia according to the Law 708”
11:45-12:00Q & A Session
12:00-13:30Networking lunch
13:30-14:30Panel on “Annulment and scrutiny of arbitral awards”
14:30-14:45Q & A Session
14:45-15:15Coffee Break
15:15-16:30Mock case: Administrative and formal issues to take into consideration when starting an ICC Arbitration
16:30-16:45Q & A Session
16:45-17:00Conclusions and closing remarks


Stephan AdellMember of the ICC International Court of Arbitration in representation of Bolivia; Squire Patton Boggs (Paris)
Eliana BaraldiSouto Correa Cesa Lummertz & Amaral Advogados (Sao Paulo)
Nora ClarosAlianza Seguros S.A. (Santa Cruz de la Sierra)
María Inés CorraM.&M. Bomchil (Buenos Aires)
Nahid CuomoYPFB Transporte S.A. (Santa Cruz de la Sierra)
Gonzalo FernándezMember of the ICC International Court of Arbitration in representation of Chile; Carey Abogados (Santiago de Chile)
Rodrigo Garrón BozoGarrón Bozo Asesoría Legal y Estrategia (Santa Cruz de la Sierra)
Claudia Gutiérrez RocaGutiérrez Energy & Oil, Inc. (Santa Cruz de la Sierra)
Pablo MenachoAttorney General of the State of Bolivia (La Paz)
Andrés MorenoMoreno Baldivieso (La Paz)
Luis O’NaghtenBaker McKenzie (Miami)
Carolina OrtusteDirector of the Legal Service Department of the Government of Santa Cruz de la Sierra (Santa Cruz de la Sierra)
Julieta OvalleBufete Ovalle Favela, S.C. (Mexico City)
Claudia PaccieriExecutive Director of ICC Bolivia (Santa Cruz de la Sierra)
Alejandro PelaezPelaez Abogados (Santa Cruz de la Sierra)
Rodrigo RiveraGuevara & Gutiérrez Abogados (La Paz)
Gustavo Scheffer da SilveiraCousel of the ICC International Court of Arbitration (Sao Paulo)
José Mario Serrate PazPresident of the Arbitration & ADR Commission of ICC Bolivia; Serrate Paz & Asociados Abogados (Santa Cruz de la Sierra)
Clovis TrevinoCovington & Burling LLP (Washington D.C.)
Deva VillanúaVice-President of the ICC International Court of Arbitration; Armesto & Asociados (Madrid)
Bernardo Wayar OcampoWayar & von Borries Abogados, S.C. (La Paz)

Logistical notes


Torre Institucional CAINCO,

Centro de Convenciones. Av. Las Américas No. 7

Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia


To register please contact: Alejandra Parada to the email address info@iccbolivia.com

For more information, please contact

  • Katherine Lievano
  • +507 385 7420
  • Project Officer

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