Formado em Direito pela Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (PUC-SP). Atualmente é Juiz de Direito do Tribunal de Justiça do Estado de São Paulo (TJSP), tendo sido aprovado em 1º lugar na prova oral do concurso. É ainda Juiz da 382ª Zona Eleitoral do Tribunal Regional Eleitoral de São Paulo (TRE-SP) e integrante da 2ª Turma do Colégio Recursal da Fazenda Pública de Santo André. Foi orador titular da equipe da PUC-SP no 17º Willem C. Vis Moot (Viena, Áustria – 2010) e coach das equipes da PUC-SP no 19º Willem C. Vis Moot (Viena, Áustria – 2012) e no 10º Willem C. Vis Moot East (Hong Kong – 2013). Bolsista da PUC-SP, por mérito acadêmico, na Faculdade de Direito da Universidade de Durham (Reino Unido – 2010). Aprovado também no 56º Concurso de Ingresso na Magistratura do Estado de Goiás (TJGO – 2016).
Barrister, England and Wales (1997) and Attorney, New York (2002). Celso has a broad international commercial practice with recognized expertise in reinsurance, cyber insurance, cybersecurity, data breach, cryptocurrency, fraud, asset-tracing, and business interruption insurance law as well as regulatory investigations, comprising both advisory and contentious work. Having worked for over 23 years as an international litigation solicitor and partner in several international UK and US law firms based in the City of London, Celso has extensive expertise in complex multi-jurisdictional arbitrations and court proceedings worldwide.
Celso is a founding committee member of the Cyber Insurance Association and past President of the London Business Interruption Association. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (FCIArb), and a former visiting lecturer at the Centre for Energy, Petroleum, Mineral Law and Policy, University of Dundee (CEPMLP). Celso also accepts appointments to act as an arbitrator.
Publications: (1) Chapter “International Arbitration-Insurance and Reinsurance (London Market)” in International Commercial Arbitration Practice: 21st Century Perspectives, LexisNexis (available here); (2) Cyber Risks Insurance – Law and Practice, 1 ed., Sweet & Maxwell; and (3) Walmsley on Business Interruption Insurance, 2 ed., Witherby Insurance.
Lawyer graduated from Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, with a Master degree in International Economic Law from the University of Warwick – England, specialized in International Law, National and International Arbitration and Protection of Foreign Investment. Currently with residence in Brazil.
Partner of the Departments of Arbitration & ADRs of the firm Wöss Partners S.C., based in Mexico and Washington DC and of the firm Braz Campos Advogados, with offices in São Paulo and Curitiba, Brazil.
Director of Arbitration of the Chamber of Mediation and Arbitration of Santa Catarina, south of
Brazil (CAMESC). Former Secretary General of the International Arbitration Center of the Lima
Chamber of Commerce (CCL), Peru. Experience as arbitrator in commercial, civil and public
procurement issues in infrastructure projects, in Peru and Brazil. Legal advisor to foreign
investors in international arbitrations before ICSID (Washington), ICC and GAFTA (London).
University Professor and Speaker of International Trade, National and International Arbitration
and Protection of Foreign Investments in Peruvian and Brazilian Universities.
Associate Editor for Brazil and Peru of Transnational Dispute Management (TDM) Online
Journal and President of the Committee on Public and Private International Law of the Inter-
American Bar Association (IABA), Washington DC.
Author of several articles related to International Arbitration and Foreign Investment in
specialized Law Journals
Christine Santini is a mediator, arbitrator and legal consultant, with a vast experience in civil and public law as a judge, both in 1st and 2nd instances, at São Paulo Court of Justice (1987/2021). She is a JD from University of São Paulo and holds an Executive MBA in Law (Management and Business Law) from Fundação Getúlio Vargas. As a former judge, she occupied the position of Coordinator of International Affairs in São Paulo Judicial Academy (2014/2021) and she took part in the committee created by the CNJ (National Council of Justice) in charge of coordinating and supervising the application of the Data Protection Act in Brazilian courts. She is also a member of the consulting boards of the Initiative Compliance for Health (project developed by FGV EAESP – Escola de Administração de Empresas de São Paulo – Fundação Getúlio Vargas, FGVethics and FGV Saúde); Instituto Phaneros, specializing in psychedelic research for mass mental health; and IASS – International Academy for Space Studies. Christine has an extensive experience in the multidisciplinary area of Law and Medicine, specially concerning civil liability and torts, compliance, clinical research, public and private systems of health and health insurance. She participated in numerous events, courses and workshops in Brazil and abroad (mainly USA, UK, France and Japan), aimed to discuss access to justice and alternative dispute resolution methods.
Cristina M. Wagner Mastrobuono is an arbitrator and legal consultant with a large experience in the public sector. She is a JD from Universidade de São Paulo and holds an LLM degree from the University of Chicago. Former Vice Chair of the Legal Department of the State of São Paulo, she has occupied various high-profile positions across practice areas including Infrastructure, Public-Private Partnerships, Concessions, Arbitration, Corporate, and Finance & Tax. Founding partner of Cristina Mastrobuono Advogados, she acts as arbitrator in proceedings related to the infrastructure sector and coordinates the Infrawomen Brazil Mediation and Arbitration Committee.
Daniel B. Ferreira is the CEO of the Brazilian Center for Mediation and Arbitration – CBMA. He is also a professor of at AMBRA University (USA), Senior Researcher at South Ural State University, and research fellow at the State University of New York at Buffalo.
Author and co-author of several papers in ADR, published in high-ranked journals, including Scopus and Web of Science, monographs, and textbooks. Daniel is also Editor-In-Chief of the scopus indexed Brazilian Journal for Alternative Dispute Resolution (RBADR) and Co-Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Law in Changing World (IJLCW). Daniel is a Fellow at the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb), qualified mediator at the International Mediation Institute (IMI), and Young Regional Chair for Brazil at the Institute for the Transnational Arbitration (ITA)
Eduardo Grebler é graduado em Direito pela Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, LL.M. pela Columbia University School of Law. Sócio de Grebler Advogados em Belo Horizonte e São Paulo. Atua como árbitro e advogado, tendo participado em mais de uma centena de procedimentos arbitrais domésticos e internacionais, em disputas envolvendo direito societário, compra e venda internacional de mercadorias e serviços, contratos de construção e infraestrutura e arbitragem de investimento, dentre outros. Fellow do Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, membro da lista de árbitros de diversas instituições arbitrais brasileiras e estrangeiras. Designado pelo Governo do Brasil como árbitro do Protocolo de Olivos do Mercosul e como membro da Corte Permanente de Arbitragem da Haia. Professor de Direito Internacional Privado na PUC/MG. Publicou cerca de sessenta trabalhos sobre arbitragem, contratos internacionais e direito internacional privado, no Brasil e no exterior
Advogada e Mediadora. Head de resolução de conflitos da Paschoa Sociedade de Advogados. Mediadora certificada no Brasil e no Reino Unido. Bacharel em direito pela Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado (FAAP/SP). Pós-graduada em Direito Processual Civil pela Pontifícia Universidade Católica (PUC/SP). Mediadora formada pela Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV/SP). Accredited Mediator pela London School of Mediation (LSM). Membro associado ao Chartered Institute of Arbitrators – ACIArb (Corporate Mediation).
– Professor at the Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná – PUCPR
– LL.M. in International Trade Law at the University of Turin, Italy
– Master in Economic Law at the Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná – PUCPR
– Attorney at the Attorney General Office of the State of Paraná (PGEPR)
Lawyer from the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos and Master in Real Estate Consulting from the Faculty of Economics and Business of the University of Barcelona. He has worked in the Real Estate and Arbitration departments at Baker & Mckenzie in Barcelona (Spain) and is currently a Partner at Huanco Abogados. He works as an arbitrator and lawyer in arbitrations in public and private contracts, and in processes of execution and annulment of arbitral awards.
In addition, he is a member of the Spanish Arbitration Club (CEA) and the Young International Arbitration Group (London). He has been Technical Secretary and Advisor of the Working Group that was responsible for proposing improvements to the Civil Code designated by the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights. He is a professor of Real Estate, Obligations, Contracts and Arbitration at the Faculties of Law of the UPC and Universidad del Pacífico, and in the Master; Degree in Civil and Commercial Law of the UNMSM.
Admitted to practice (Brazil) in 2012. FCIArb member since 2021. Associate lawyer at Justen, Pereira, Oliveira e Talamini, with experience in arbitration, corporate law and contracts. General Secretary of Chamber of Arbitration and Mediation of FIEP – CAMFIEP.
A UK-qualified and US-based lawyer, Juliya Arbisman has a broad international law practice with a focus on complex jurisdictions (Africa, Middle East and CIS), complex industries (mining and energy), and complex claims (parallel criminal-civil proceedings). Juliya is experienced in serving as lead counsel in international arbitrations under the LCIA, ICC, ICDR, SCC, AAA, SIAC, Swiss Chamber, PCA, ICSID and ad hoc rules. She represents clients in a number of court-based applications regarding arbitration (in the UK and elsewhere), including injunctions, set-aside claims, and enforcement proceedings.
Juliya has particular experience in mining and energy sector cases involving both public and private projects that ranged in value from $100m to $7bn. She has worked on some of the largest ever claims under the Energy Charter Treaty, many of which concerned the former CIS countries. Juliya holds a Non-Executive Director position in a mining advisory firm in London.
Juliya also has substantial experience on protection of property and fair process cases in international and regional courts in Europe, Africa and Americas. She has appeared in many proceedings before the European Court of Human Rights. She has co-counseled on claims at the UK Privy Council arising from Commonwealth jurisdictions. These
claims have ranged from judicial review over energy regulation, judicial review over declaration of marine protection area that had excluded an aboriginal population in the Indian Ocean, habeas corpus and other submissions invoking diplomatic and consularlaw.
Juliya joined Steptoe from a national law firm where she headed the International Practice and was a member of the executive committee. Juliya began her career in the international arbitration group of a major UK international law firm in London.
Partner of R. Amaral, Huland, Castro Alves, Linhares; Barros Leal Law Firm, in charge to manage the corporate and international areas of practice, having strong expertise in advising foreign investors, bankrupt estates and companies operating in the markets of real estate, tourism, hospitality, construction and transports. Bachelor of Law at the University of Fortaleza – UNIFOR, Specialist in Business Law at the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo –
PUC/SP, Master in International Law at the Lisbon University School of Law – FDUL. Registered in the Brazilian and Portuguese Bar Associations. Member of the Arbitration and Mediation Unit of the Alliance of Business Lawyers – ABL (Geneva), Vice-President of the Brazilian-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Ceará – CCIBAC (Fortaleza), Member for Brazil for the Deutsch-Brasilianische Gesellschaft – DBG (Berlin), Professor of the LL.M. Business Law and Management of the University of Fortaleza – UNIFOR (Fortaleza), Arbitrator of the Specialized Arbitration and Mediation Chamber – CAMES (Fortaleza). Worked professionally in arbitrations, due diligences, business acquisitions, corporate restructuring, international finance, corporate conflicts, insolvency proceedings, projects to implement corporate governance rules, disputes on intellectual property rights, negotiation of international agreements, as well the incorporation, merger and split of companies. Was speaker in Brazil and abroad in panels related to foreign capital, investment attraction and Brazilian legal system. Author of the book; From the Development to the Consolidation of the Legal Institute of Nationality in International Law;
Graduated in Law (São Paulo State University) and in Business (Getúlio Vargas Foundation). MBA in Agribusiness (São Paulo State University). Master in Civil Procedure (Londrina State University). Certificated in Negotiation by Harvard Law School. Ph.D. candidate in Sociology, researching gender equality in Brazilian State Courts.
Professor of Arbitration and ADRs at Londrina State University.
Director of Arbitration at the Chamber of Mediation and Arbitration in Agribusiness (CAMAGRO). Member of the Arbitration in Agribusiness studies group at the Brazilian Arbitration Committee (CBAr)
Member of the Brazilian Arbitration Committee (CBAr) group of Diversity and member of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee of Alumni Getúlio Vargas Foundation (Business School
Founding partner of L. Baddauy Advocacia (law firm).
Fellow of Chartered Institute of Arbitrator (London-UK), the Malaysian Institute of Arbitrators, and the Arbitrators and Mediators Institute of New Zealand. Coordinator of the Agribusiness Committee of the Brazilian branch of CIArb.
LL.M. and J.D. in Civil Procedure from University of São Paulo Law School. Conflict Mediation Specialist from Northwestern University. Visiting Scholar at Columbia University. Arbitrator. Mediator. University Professor. Attorney-at-Law and Court Litigation, Arbitration, and Conflict Resolution Partner at Lobo De Rizzo Advogados.
Luíza Kömel is Deputy Secretary-General of the CAM-CCBC (Center for Arbitration and Mediation of the Chamber of Commerce Brazil-Canada). She has obtained her law degree from the University of São Paulo (USP) and is certified in civil law by the University of Paris II: Pantheón-Assas. She has acted as counsel and case manager in domestic and international arbitration proceedings and has extensive experience in international arbitration and mediation academic competitions.
Mr. Escobar is an attorney and arbitrator based in São Paulo, Brazil. He is a founding and managing partner at Escobar Advogados, where he has been developing a practice on corporate and international law in addition to his primary activity as a litigation lawyer. Included in the roster of arbitrators of the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC), Court of Arbitration for Art (CAfA), and several Brazilian institutions (CAMFIEP, CBMAE, CAMES, CAMAGRO and CAMNORTE). Mr. Escobar also has experience in resolving disputes as a former Judge of the Administrative Tax Court of the State of Sao Paulo, and a former Counselor Judge of Tax Council of the City of Sao Paulo.
Marcelo R. W. Escobar’s educational background includes PhD and Master’s degrees in law; Visiting Student at Durham University (UK); Postgraduate in Corporate Law and Civil Procedure; He is a professor at LL. M. in Arbitration at the Brazilian Institute of Capital Markets (IBMEC) and Post-Graduation in Arbitration at PUC / SP-COGEAE; TOP UK Santander Universities Award Winner, Makenzie/Santander Universities. He is fluent in English, Spanish, and Portuguese and has an additional good command of French
Paulo Fernando Pinheiro Machado is a career diplomat, lawyer and barrister (unregistered). Mr. Pinheiro Machado has wide experience with international issues of high complexity in particular in the areas of shipping, commodities, finance, infrastructure, and the environment. Mr. Pinheiro Machado holds dual legal qualification, both in Brazil and in England and Wales. LLB (Hons 1st Class) by the Faculty of Law of Curitiba (UNICURITIBA); PGDip (Distinction) in Political Sociology by the Federal University of Parana (UFPR); Diploma in French Studies (2nd Degree mention bien) by the University of Nancy 2; Master in Diplomacy (MPhil with Distinction) by the Instituto Rio Branco; Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL/CPE with Commendation) by City, University of London; Bar Professional Training Course (BPTC – Very Competent) by City, University of London; Master of Laws (LLM with Commendation) by City, University of London; and Diploma in International Arbitration by CIArb.
Mr. Pinheiro Machado has also long diplomatic experience, in particular in Europe and in South America, having served as Chargé d’Affaires for Brazil in Prague and in Copenhagen. He was a member of the Official Brazilian Delegation to the UNFCCC COP-15. Barrister (unregistered) by the Honourable Society of Gray’s Inn. Member of the Commission of Internacional Law of OAB/PR, Honorary Member of the Special Commission of Maritime Law of OAB/RS, Honorary Member of the Special Commission of Internacional Relations of OAB/RS, Expert of the Centre of Political-Strategic Studies of the Brazilian Navy (CEPE-MB) and Researcher of the Centre of Advanced Studies in International Law of PUC/PR (NEADI). Mr. Pinheiro Machado is also a Member of the Baltic Exchange, a Supporting Member of the London Maritime Arbitrators Association (LMAA), and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (FCIArb).
-Arbitrator – Centro Brasileiro de Mediação e Arbitragem (CBMA), Brazil;
-Sports Arbitration course Coordinator – Centro Brasileiro de Mediação e Arbitragem (CBMA), Brazil;
-Vice-President of the 1st Disciplinary Committee of the Santa Catarina Football Sports Court, Brazil;
-Member of the Ordem dos Advogados do Brasil, Santa Catarina Section Arbitration Committee, Brazil;
-Member of the Brazilian Bar Association;
-Member of the Portuguese Bar Association;
-Master in Transnational Law (Dissertation: Sports Arbitration);
— A Câmara Nacional de Resolução de Disputas da CBF: Instauração do Processo, Procedimento e Natureza das Decisões à Luz do Instituto da Arbitragem. In: Douglas Anderson Dal Monte; Rodrigo de Assis Horn. (Org.). ANUÁRIO MH 2019. 1ed. Florianópolis: Conceito Editorial, 2019, v. 1, p. 261-282
— The Arbitral Nature of the Dispute Resolution Chamber – ‘Discussion on the necessary requirements for the decisions of the FIFA Dispute Resolution Chamber to be recognized as arbitration awards’. In: MEIRIM, José Manuel (Director). REVISTA DO DIREITO DO DESPORTO. Ano II, n.º 4, Setembro-Dezembro 2020. Lisboa: AAFDL / FPF PORTUGAL FOOTBALL SCHOOL, 2020, p. 76-100
— ARBITRATION: STATUTES OF LIMITATION TO INITIATE AN ARBITRATION PROCEEDING
Discussion about the institute, legal nature and possible consequences for the expiration of the term. Revista Brasileira de Alternative Dispute Resolution – RBADR, v.2, n.4 (jul-dez).
2008-2011 – Ph.D. in International and Comparative Law. Law School of the University of São Paulo. Thesis: Analysis of the Effects of the Statute of Limitations in Domestic and International Arbitration from a Brazilian Law perspective;
2003-2004 – LL.M (DESS) in Litigation, Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution Methods University of Paris II (Panthéon-Assas), France Paper: “La pratique des anti-suit injunctions à l’encontre de l’arbitrage et son émergence en droit brésilien” (The practice of anti-suit injunctions against arbitration and its emergency in Brazilian law), with the guidance of Professor Charles Jarrosson;
2002-2003 – Post graduation (DSU) in Civil Law University of Paris II (Panthéon-Assas), France.;
1995-2000 -Bachelor of Laws (LLB) Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Full Professor at Brazilian Institute of Capital Markets (Ibmec-SP); Independent Arbitrator. Practice Areas: Civil and Commercial transactions; Oil and Gas, Energy, Banking, agribusiness. Domestic and International Arbitration. Professional activities include acting as arbitrator in domestic and international arbitration procedures in Brazil, Administrative Secretary of Arbitration Tribunals as counsel in arbitration procedures;
author of numerous articles and books, inter alia: Arbitragem e Prescrição (Arbitration and the statute of limitations). São Paulo: Atlas, 2014; The CAM-CCBC Arbitration Rules 2012: A Commentary. Coordinated by Frederico José Straube, Claudio Finkelstein and Napoleão Casado Filho. Hague: Eleven International Publishing, 2016.
Tonico is CIARB BRAZIL’s current Secretary as well as Director of Education. He is based in São Paulo and specialises in disputes involving construction law in general, corporate and commercial issues, as well as trade finance. Tonico has a Master’s Degree from the Universidade de São Paulo and an MBA in Finance and Investor’s Relations from FIPECAFI. His main hobby is dressage and show jumping. He was a director of the riding school of the Sociedade Hípica Paulista for two consecutive terms.
Civil Engineer (Universidade da Amazônia – Brazil), with a Masters in Construction
Management (Florida International University – USA) and a postgraduate degree in
International Construction Law (University of the West of England, Bristol – UK). Member of the
Chartered Institute of Arbitrators – MCIArb (UK) and the Royal Institution of Chartered
Surveyors – MRICS (UK). As a commercial manager and contract administrator manager,
combines extensive knowledge of construction, legislation, negotiation, dispute resolution
techniques (negotiation, mediation and arbitration), procurement and supplier relationships,
derived from over 30 years’ experience, working for constructions conglomerates across 10
countries, in the preparation, analysis, negotiation and administration of engineering and
construction contracts, including preparation of claims. Has knowledge of FIDIC, NEC, JCT,
PPC2000 contract models and bespoke contracts.