MIAMI— The International Law Section of the Florida Bar’s ILS Quarterly published an article written by Ana C. Malavè and Sylmarie Trujillo titled Service of Process Considerations When Confirming International Arbitration Awards. The article discusses how service of process laws of the arbitral seat can affect the confirmation of an arbitration award in the United States under the New York and Panama Conventions.

The ILS provides a forum for the exchange of need-to-know information and best-practices that impact the practice of international law. 

Trujillo focuses her practice on complex, cross-border disputes, specifically involving Latin America. She has played an important role in a wide-range of high-stakes litigation matters involving the FCPA, fraud, tort claims, federal and state court litigation, and international arbitration. Sylmarie leverages her strong attention to detail, excellent writing and communication skills, and data-focused mind to consistently produce high-quality work products.

Malavé is an experienced commercial litigator with a focus on complex, cross-border disputes, specifically involving Latin America. She represents companies and individuals in securities fraud cases, international arbitrations and business litigation matters.

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