Admitted to practice in Spain (Madrid) and England and Wales.
Antonio has more than 12 years of practice in investor-state and international commercial arbitrations in law firms in Madrid, London and Geneva, under the rules of the main arbitral institutions (ICSID, ICC, LCIA, AAA, Swiss Rules and SCC). He was also Counsel at the LCIA during a three-month secondment. Antonio is currently representing German, Japanese, English, Luxembourgish and Swiss investors in different arbitrations under the ECT against the Kingdom of Spain.
Cuatrecasas is a law firm present in 12 countries with a strong focus on Spain, Portugal and Latin America. Its headquarters are located in Barcelona, Madrid and Lisbon. Cuatrecasas covers the Iberian Peninsula with 16 offices, and has 11 offices in the main financial centers of Europe, America, Africa and Asia.
According to GAR, Cuatrecasas' arbitration practice has gone from being one of the first Iberian firms invited to pitch for major work, to winning some of those pitches ahead of the big Anglo-Saxon firms. Its Latin American regional international arbitration practice is also recognised in various legal directories as a front runner. Recently, it's become prominent in the investment arbitration arena as a result of Spain's cuts to renewable energy subsidies. The firm is advising investors in around seven Energy Charter Treaty cases relating to those reforms, with a combined value of around €1.7 billion, including the first ICSID claim ever brought by a Japanese investor