Eugenia Brache is an associate in the International Dispute Resolution Practice Group. Her practice focuses primarily on litigation and international arbitration. She also intervenes in corporate matters.
Eugenia is currently involved in an investment arbitration before the ICSID Additional Facilities against the government of the Dominican Republic regarding measures relating to a mining project. She is also involved in an UNCITRAL arbitration seated in New York relating to a long-term LNG supply contract. She also acts as administrative secretary to arbitral tribunals.
Eugenia’s experience with civil and commercial litigation procedures includes assisting in the implementation of strategies for disputes filed by and against clients. Eugenia also assists in identifying and collecting evidentiary material to be included in motions and briefs related to civil and commercial matters.
Eugenia participates in pre-litigation processes between distributors and foreign licensors, under Law No. 173 on the Protection to Importing Agents of Products and Goods, pursuant to which a special public policy regime is contemplated in favor of local licensees.
She also assists with the integration and maintenance of local and foreign corporations and general operation of companies. Eugenia has experience with drafting contracts and has represented lenders and borrowers during asset-based financings.
Eugenia has completed seminars, conferences and courses on arbitration, international private law and administrative law.