Outcome-Driven International Arbitration

Sequor Law’s international arbitration practice focuses on leveraging arbitration to solve complex cross-border disputes. Our team of experienced attorneys handle arbitration cases originating from, for example, Central and South America, Mexico, the US, Canada, and Europe. We deploy ourworldwide network of contacts and extensive knowledge of the doctrines and law specific to international arbitration to deliver exceptional service to clients prosecuting international arbitration claims without any geographical limitations. Our relentless and global approach allows us to fearlessly prosecute claims from initial investigations through final hearings, confirmation proceedings, enforcement, and collection. We fight to cut through the side-shows, distractions, and process disputes thrown our way to prevent claimants from being able to present their evidence in a timely, efficient, and streamlined fashion to the arbitrator(s).

Over the years, we have successfully handled numerous international arbitration disputes, ranging from breach of contract and fraud to tortious interference and investment disputes. Our expertise also extends to distributorship disputes, breach of fiduciary duty claims, conspiracy and third-liability claims, and a wide range of other causes of action. If you have a solid arbitration claim, but lack the resources to prosecute the claim, we may accept your case under an alternative fee arrangement, such as a partial or full contingency fee basis, or we may connect you to litigation funders who can assist you in having your rights vindicated.

Sequor Law has handled disputes in various arbitral fora, including the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), American Arbitration Association (AAA), AAA-International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR), London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID), and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), among others. Our team also has extensive experience with other forms of institutional and ad hoc arbitrations.

Our firm is proud to have four shareholders, Edward H. Davis Jr., Gregory S. Grossman, Arnoldo B. Lacayo, and Leyza Florin Blanco, who are board certified in international litigation and arbitration by the Florida Bar, more than any other firm in Florida. Many of our lawyers are bilingual or trilingual and all possess a nuanced understanding of international legal principles thanks to our broad linguistic and cultural proficiency. This unique ad\ vantage allows our team to provide strategic advice to clients on region-specific matters, often requiring sensitivity to public relations, political considerations, and local cultural issues.

Representative Cases

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Counsel for 50% owner of Guatemalan telecom company in multimillion dollar shareholder dispute involving issues of debt enforcement and valuation of shares. Single arbitrator under American Arbitration Association’s ICDR rules. Matter also involved court-issued injunction against arbitrating against non-signatories and post-award judicial remedies for non-monetary relief.

Counsel for casino gambling cruise ship operator against ship owner-lessor in multimillion dollar dispute involving issues of breach of lease, frustration of purpose, and tortious interference with contract. Three member party chosen arbitration panel under Ad Hoc terms and conditions. Matter also involved court dispute over contractually identified arbitral forum alleging institutional bias of named forum.