República de Panamá: Advice to the Republic of Panama in an international arbitration process in which an international hotel group sued our client for the expropriation of a hotel project…
Adán Arnulfo Arjona has been with Galindo, Arias & López since 2010, focusing his practice in the areas of Litigation & Dispute Resolution, and Regulatory.
Adán is an accredited arbitrator and is recognized before the Panamanian Center of Reconciliation and Arbitration (CECAP) and the Conflict Solution Center (CESCON).
In additional to his experience in the firm, he has also held the following positions:
- Magistrate of the Supreme Court of Justice, Judicial Authority of the Republic de Panama, 2000-2010.
- President of the Supreme Court of Justice, 2002-2003.
In 2017, he was named by the President of the Republic of Panama as a member of the Commission for the Codification of Institutional Procedural Law.
- Postgraduate Studies in Consumer Law of the Court of Justice of the European Union and in Spanish Jurisprudence – University of Castile – La Mancha, Spain, 2018.
- Postgraduate Studies in Specialization in New Scenarios of Civil Responsibility – University of Castile – La Mancha, Spain, 2017.
- Postgraduate Studies in Negotiation and Mediation: Strategies and Practices for Management – University of Castile – La Mancha, Spain, 2016.
- Postgraduate Studies Specialization in Civil Contractual and Extracontractual Responsibility – University of Castile, La Mancha, Spain, 2010, 2011, 2014 and 2015.
- Diploma in de Postgraduate Studies in Human Rights and Fair Trial – University of Chile, Santiago de Chile, 2009.
- Master of Firm Management and Administration – Higher Institute of Law and Economics, Madrid, Spain, 2008.
- Diploma in Telecommunications in Regulation and Competition – Externado University of Colombia, 2006.
- Executive Program in Legal Aspects of International Businesses – INCAE-Georgetown University, Nicaragua, 1999.
- Specialization in Commercial Law – Externado University of Colombia, Colombia, 1996.
- Bachelor of Laws and Political Science – Catholic University Santa María la Antigua (USMA), Panama, 1983.
- “Legal standing and its Importance in Civil and Penal Procedure”
- “Does Illicit Evidence have Value in a Procedure?”
- “The Counter-Claim”
- “The Executive Procedure in the New Judicial Code”
- “Some considerations about Probatory Measures not regulated by Law”
- “The General Injunction”
- “XI Meeting of the Supreme Courts of Justice of the Central American Isthmus, Summary of the Meetings of the Central American Supreme Courts of Justice” 2001.
- American Foreign Law Association.
- Panamanian Arbitration Association.
- Ibero-American Institute of Procedural Law.
- Latin American Institute of Advanced Studies.
- Panamanian Institute of Procedural Law.
- Pan-American Institute of Procedural Law.
- Inter-American Bar Association.