Raúl Mañón focuses on international dispute resolution and international litigation. As a lawyer with two law degrees, from both a civil-law and a common-law jurisdiction, and having practiced in both systems, Raúl is highly effective advising and representing clients in cross-border, transnational disputes whether before US courts or international tribunals.
Raúl regularly acts as counsel to sovereign nations and multinational corporations in investment treaty and commercial arbitrations. He also represents clients in US courts in cases with an international law element.
Raúl has recently represented state agencies of several Latin American countries in disputes with multinational companies over natural resources. He has acted as counsel to Europe-based energy companies in natural gas price review arbitrations in Europe.
Raúl has lectured and published on the subject of international litigation and transnational arbitration. In 2000, he was chosen by the US Department of State as the Caribbean region representative for the prestigious International Visitor Program.