Leveraging his knowledge of common and civil law jurisdictions, and his fluency in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and French, Orlando F. Cabrera C. counsels international arbitration clients seamlessly across borders and legal cultures.
Having studied law in Canada, Mexico and the United States, Orlando draws on his deep understanding of complex domestic and international disputes to effectively represent clients either in ICSID or ICC arbitrations throughout Latin America, the United States, and Europe.
Orlando also conducts investigations and advises governments and corporate investors on infrastructure matters, foreign investment protection, political risk management and dispute resolution in a broad range of sectors, including energy, telecommunications, mining, construction, finance, national security, real estate assets, and government contracting.
Approaching each matter with profound intellectual curiosity, Orlando, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (FCIArb) and Executive Board Member of the North American Branch (NAB), frequently writes and speaks on the topics of international commercial and investment arbitration, energy, infrastructure matters, among others.
Orlando started at Hogan Lovells US LLP in the international arbitration practice at the Miami office, and he divides his time between this office and the Mexico City office. Orlando served before as a legal intern in the New York State Supreme Court and practiced law at two firms in Mexico.