DLA Piper is pleased to announce that Kate Brown de Vejar, the firm's global co-chair of International Arbitration, and Lida Rodriguez-Taseff, a Litigation partner based in the Miami office, have been named to Latinvex's 2019 list of Latin America's Top 100 Female Lawyers. The publication selects winners for the annual list based on a number of factors, including their recent track record on major deals and the prominence of their firm in Latin America.
Brown de Vejar, based in DLA Piper's Mexico City office, represents private corporations, sovereign states and state-owned entities in connection with international arbitrations. Widely recognized for her experience handling complex, high-profile disputes in the energy and infrastructure sectors, her experience also extends to disputes in the aeronautical, financial services, mining, and satellite/telecommunications sectors.
Rodriguez-Taseff is a commercial trial lawyer who has extensive experience as lead counsel handling state and federal jury and non-jury trials, arbitrations and administrative trials. She has actively represented corporate and individual interests in international matters and legal disputes involving Asia, Latin America and Europe.