Our team

Wanda Perdomo

PARTNER
809-535-1414 ext. 250

Experience

Commercial Arbitration

Competition Law

Corporate Law

Dispute Resolution

Economic Regulation

Energy

Mining Law

Telecommunications

Sports Arbitration

Acknowledgements

“She is very good; always very interested in the case and she keeps us updated.  
(Chambers Latin America 2020).

“Very experienced, accessible and obtains great results. 
(Chambers Latin America 2019).

She is able to resolve our issues in the simplest way, and she makes it very easy for the client; she gives great solutions. 
(Chambers Latin America 2018).

She is very professional and business-oriented.” En arbitraje: An amazing practitioner in this area.”
(Chambers Latin America 2017).

Ranked Chambers Latin America 2015, 2016 and 2017.

Ranked Global Chambers 2015 and 2016 .

Ranked Legal 500 2015.

 

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Publications

“Constitutional Procedural Guarantees”
Judicial Gazette Journal. No. 227, March 2009

“Intervention by Third Parties in Arbitration. A Challenge to the Paradigm”
Latin American Arbitration Annual, Peruvian Institute of Arbitration, Year 2 No. 2 September, 2012

“The Legal Responsibility of Arbitrators: Immunity or Impunity”.
Judicial Gazette Journal. Year 16. No. 314, January 2013.

“Tension between Jurisdiction and Arbitration”.
Bulletin of the Center or Arbitration of the Construction Industry of México. Also published in Judicial Gazette Journal. Year 18. No. 338. February 2015.

“Legal Certainty and Investment Climate in the Dominican Republic. Reflections and Challenges”
FINJUS, November, 2015.

Wanda Perdomo

PARTNER
809-535-1414 ext. 250

Biography

Wanda Perdomo has been a member of the team since 2008. She has about thirty (30) years’ experience in dispute resolution, civil and commercial law and economic regulation.

In the last ten years, she has worked intensely in arbitration. She is an Arbitrator for the Center for Alternative Resolution of Disputes of the Chamber of Commerce and Production of Santo Domingo (CRC) and the Center for Alternative Resolution of Disputes of the Chamber of Commerce and Production of Santiago (CRC-Santiago). She has acted as joint arbitrator, presiding arbitrator and sole arbitrator in many disputes. She has also acted as attorney for parties both in ad hoc and institutional arbitrations, locally and internationally. She is one of the ten (10) specialized sports arbitrators for the CRC.

In the regulated sector, she worked for over twelve years in telecommunications as In House Counsel for one of the major industries in the country.

2005-2017 she was a member of the Board of Directors of the Foundation for Institutionalism and Justice (FINJUS), a nonprofit nongovernmental organization engaged in strengthening institutionalism and the rule of law, where she now contributes as an Associate Member.

She is frequently invited to speak at academic events related to arbitration and private international law, among other subjects.

Areas of Practice

Wanda Perdomo has a practice in litigious and corporate matters, specialized in civil and commercial, constitutional law, administrative law, economic regulation, commercial arbitration and sports. In addition, it cultivates private international law.

Education

Law Degree, Magna Cum Laude.
Pedro Henríquez Ureña National University
Dominican Republic (1988).

World Bank Training Course on Utility Regulation and Strategy.
Public Utility Research Center
University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, United States (2001)

Executive Management Program for Lawyers
Yale School of Management
New Haven, Connecticut, USA (2007)

Master in Economic Regulation
Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra
Dominican Republic (2017).

Languages

Spanish, English and French.

Memberships

Bar Association of the Dominican Republic

Foundation for Institutionalism and Justice (FINJUS).

Center for the Alternative Resolution of Disputes of the Chamber of Commerce and Production of Santo Domingo.

Center for the Alternative Resolution of Disputes of the Chamber of Commerce and Production of Santiago.

Dominican Chapter of the Spanish Arbitration Club.

Dominican Republic Arbitration Commission at the International Chamber of Commerce (CCI)

Experience

Commercial Arbitration

Competition Law

Corporate Law

Dispute Resolution

Economic Regulation

Energy

Mining Law

Telecommunications

Sports Arbitration

Acknowledgements

“She is very good; always very interested in the case and she keeps us updated.  
(Chambers Latin America 2020).

“Very experienced, accessible and obtains great results. 
(Chambers Latin America 2019).

She is able to resolve our issues in the simplest way, and she makes it very easy for the client; she gives great solutions. 
(Chambers Latin America 2018).

She is very professional and business-oriented.” En arbitraje: An amazing practitioner in this area.”
(Chambers Latin America 2017).

Ranked Chambers Latin America 2015, 2016 and 2017.

Ranked Global Chambers 2015 and 2016 .

Ranked Legal 500 2015.

 

wpchambers2020wpcg19wanda19wanda2018wandaglobalwanda2017

Publications

“Constitutional Procedural Guarantees”
Judicial Gazette Journal. No. 227, March 2009

“Intervention by Third Parties in Arbitration. A Challenge to the Paradigm”
Latin American Arbitration Annual, Peruvian Institute of Arbitration, Year 2 No. 2 September, 2012

“The Legal Responsibility of Arbitrators: Immunity or Impunity”.
Judicial Gazette Journal. Year 16. No. 314, January 2013.

“Tension between Jurisdiction and Arbitration”.
Bulletin of the Center or Arbitration of the Construction Industry of México. Also published in Judicial Gazette Journal. Year 18. No. 338. February 2015.

“Legal Certainty and Investment Climate in the Dominican Republic. Reflections and Challenges”
FINJUS, November, 2015.