Eugenia Brache is an associate in our International Dispute Resolution Practice based in the Santo Domingo office. She focuses her practice on international arbitration and litigation.
She is part of the team currently representing a Latin American public oil and gas company in an arbitration before the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) valued at US$350 million.
She also represents a Major League Baseball team in a sports arbitration filed by a former player before the Center for Dispute Resolution of the Chamber of Commerce and Production of Santo Domingo (in Spanish, Centro de Resolución de Controversias de la Cámara de Comercio y Producción de Santo Domingo (CRC)).
Eugenia was also involved in two commercial arbitrations before the ICC, representing a Latin American public oil and gas company in actions against different private US companies, and in a commercial arbitration under the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) seated in New York relating to a long-term LNG supply contract.
She was involved in an investment arbitration before the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) Additional Facilities against a Latin American country, regarding measures relating to a mining project and assisted the Republic of Croatia in an investment arbitration before ICSID on the issue of non-pecuniary damages (Case No. ARB13/32).
She has served as administrative secretary to six arbitral tribunals constituted under the ICC Rules of Arbitration, the Arbitration Rules of the CRC and the Arbitration Rules of the Court of Arbitration of the Madrid Bar Association (in Spanish, Corte de Arbitraje del Ilustre Colegio de Abogados de Madrid).
She regularly works in pre-litigation and litigation matters related to distribution agreements, the enforcement of foreign decisions, intellectual property, among others, in the Dominican Republic.