Professional Experience

Shearman & Sterling (2010-2020 Paris) | Dewey Ballantine  (2007-2008 New York) | Hope Duggan & Silva (2003-2006 Buenos Aires) | and Bennett Jones (2003 - Toronto)


International Disputes and Arbitration, Contracts and Commercial Law.


Columbia University (LLM 2007) Austral University (Bachelor in Law - Summa Cum Laude - 2003)


English, Spanish and French.


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on which Eduardo Bérèterbide has worked include the representation of

A leading European energy group

Claimant in a UNCITRAL arbitration against the Kingdom of Spain under the Energy Charter Treaty. The dispute relates to measures taken by Spain in the renewable energy sector.

A Latin American aviation consultancy firm

Claimant in two ICC arbitrations against European aircraft manufacturers. The disputes relate to unpaid invoices and the damages arising from the termination of agency contracts.

A group of shareholders of a holding company

Claimants in an ICC arbitration in Paris against two shareholders in the same company. The dispute concerned the interpretation of a put option price provision contained in a Shareholders’ Agreement. The law of the Netherlands applied. Over $1 billion was at stake.

A leading European renewable energy company

Claimant in an ICC arbitration in Paris against a European industrial group. The dispute arose from a contract for the development of two wind farm projects in Latin America. Spanish law applied and the language of the proceedings was Spanish.

Subsidiaries of a leading European renewable energy company

Claimants in an ICC arbitration in Montevideo, Uruguay against a Latin American energy company in relation to the sale of a wind farm project in Latin America. Argentine law applied.

A European power and automation manufacturer and contractor

Claimant in an ICC arbitration in Frankfurt against an African State-owned utility. The dispute arose from the termination by our client of a contract for the rehabilitation and expansion of an electricity distribution system. The law of the Respondent’s State applied.

A Latin American conglomerate as Respondent in a CAM Santiago arbitration

The dispute arose from the transfer of patents, know-how and related intellectual property in connection with acoustic well stimulation technology, and involved a sophisticated suite of corporate agreements, including share purchase, shareholders, license, cooperation and subscription agreements. New York, Chilean and British Virgin Islands laws applied. The seat of the arbitration was Santiago, Chile. The dispute was to be decided ex aequo et bono.


experience includes representation of


investigation of USD 400 million fraud in Mexico at Banamex subsidiary, including internal investigation and representation of the bank before government agencies.