Independent, Experienced and Fully Dedicated

 

"His legal and financial expertise spans the energy, transport, construction, mining and telecoms sectors"

– Global Arbitration Review –

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Speaker at Recent Conferences

• Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration, 31st Croatian Arbitration Days (Zagreb, December 2023) • Trends in International Investment Law and the Host State’s Right to Regulate in InvestorState Energy Disputes, Permanent Court of Arbitration Viet Nam Conference (Ha Noi, November 2023) • Current and Future Energy Disputes Involving LATAM, First LATAP Annual Conference, Paris (September 2023) • Arbitration and Climate Change, II CEIA Conference at the ICAB, XVII CEA Annual Congress, Barcelona (June 2023) • Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) Case No. 2019-17 Award, Del Valle Ruiz et al. v. Spain (Banco Popular arbitration), Deloitte Legal Chair of Business Law, Carlos III University of Madrid (June 2023) • The Environment, Climate Change, and Renewable Energies and International Arbitration, Washington Arbitration Week -WAW 2022-, Washington, D.C. (December 2022) • Complex Arbitration Proceedings in Investor-State Dispute Settlement (chair of the panel addressing: Provisional measures, reflective loss and enforcement), British Institute of International Comparative Law (BIICL), Thirty-Eight Investment Treaty Forum Conference, London (October 2022) • Legal Principles Applicable to the Assessment of Damages in International Arbitration, Balkan Arbitration Conference -BAC 2022-, Tirana, Albania (September 2022)

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Appointed by the European Union as Arbitrator and Trade and Sustainable Development Expert

Antolín Fernández Antuña has been selected for the EU pool of Arbitrators and Trade and Sustainable Development Experts. In December 2020, the Commission published a call for applications for the position of arbitrators and trade and sustainable development experts that attracted a large number of applications. The members of the independent selection panel of experienced international judges and academics, nominated by the European Parliament, the Council, Member States and the Commission, rigorously assessed each applicant’s individual suitability for appointment.

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