Javier Echeverri focuses his practice on international arbitration, with a particular focus on Latin American and investor-state dispute resolution matters.
Mr. Echeverri has been involved in over 20 investment treaty disputes and international commercial arbitrations, conducted in English and Spanish, under the arbitration rules of ICSID, UNCITRAL, the ICC and the Bogotá Chamber of Commerce.
- A South American State in an ICC arbitration related to the maintenance of a toll-road.
- A South American State in an ICC arbitration related to the construction of a BRT (Bus Rapid Transit) system in the country’s capital.
- A South American State in an ICSID arbitration concerning the change of regulations applicable to electric generators.
- A South American Autonomous Municipal Government in two ICC arbitration (and the prior emergency arbitrator proceedings) commenced by a Spanish and a French Consortia related to the construction of a tramway line.
- A South American State in an ICSID arbitration concerning the construction and maintenance of marine facilities adjacent to a port.
- A South American State entity in an ICC arbitration arising from its alleged failure to comply with a cooperation agreement for hydrocarbons supply.
- A South American State in an ICSID arbitration arising from the State’s imposition of a fine due to the wrongful modification of a contract for the exploration and production of coal.
- A South American State in an investment dispute under the UNCITRAL rules regarding the alleged expropriation of three metallurgical and mining assets previously acquired by a foreign investor.
- Churchill Mining Plc and Planet Mining Pty Ltd v. Republic of Indonesia — ICSID Reports, pp. 527-553 (2020)
- Universidad del Rosario, LL.B., 2014, Honors
- University of Cambridge, LL.M., 2021, First Class Honors
- Foreign Legal Consultant, France