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Daniel González is a member of the Hogan Lovells Board and serves as co-leader of the firm's international arbitration practice. He dedicates his full time practice to international commercial litigation and arbitration, and has a broad background in finance, accounting, and securities that clients depend on to handle complex commercial, construction, telecommunications, and other infrastructure development disputes in the United States, Latin America, and Europe.
In 2010, Latin Business Chronicle named Daniel one of the top thirty lawyers working in Latin America and The Miami Herald previously named him one of the top five arbitration lawyers in South Florida, which is the fastest growing situs. As lead trial and arbitral counsel in multijurisdictional disputes, Daniel has tried cases around the world, including Argentina, Brazil, Chile, El Salvador, Geneva, London, and Venezuela. His clients include U.S. multinational corporations that conduct business in Latin America or Europe, and non-U.S. corporations doing business in the United States and abroad. Daniel is also often asked to serve as an arbitrator or international mediator in complex commercial disputes.
- Represents owners, developers, contractors and design professionals on all aspects of construction disputes, including engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contracts, and design/build contracts.
- Represents power suppliers in administrative and contract disputes, including rate issues, foreign taxes, and transmission line contracts.
- Represents telecommunications companies in administrative and contract disputes, including inter-connection and transmission line contracts.
- Represents publicly traded corporations in international securities class actions.
- Represents U.S. and foreign multinational corporations in litigation and arbitration involving all forms of commercial disputes, including technology, distributorship rights, corporate governance, and reinsurance.
"Roundtable: Who Uses Mediation?" Business Mediation Congress, The CPR Institute, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
"The Role of Business in Arbitrations and Mediations: What They Should and Should Not Do." Seventh Annual Latin American Arbitration Congress, Lima, Peru.
"Key Issues and Trends in Construction Agreements in Latin America." Sixth Annual Latin American Arbitration Congress, Lima, Peru.
"Current Trends and the Future of International Commercial Arbitration." Miami Law Business Law Review & International and Comparative Law Review Symposium, University of Miami School of Law, Miami, Florida.
“Construction Agreements in Asia, the Middle East and Latin America.” Construction SuperConference 2011, San Francisco, California.
“The New ICC Rules of Arbitration.” In-house client presentation, Southlake, Texas.
"2nd PIDA Avanzado Arbitraje Comercial Internacional." International Chamber of Commerce, Paris, France.
"The ICDR/AAA International Construction ADR Tools & Techniques." ICDR's 8th Annual Miami International Arbitration Conference: Resolving International Construction Disputes, Miami, Fla.
"Current Developments in International Arbitration in Latin America: Challenge to the Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards." Florida International University College of Law's inaugural International Arbitration Annual Summit, Miami, Fla.
"Ethics and Arbitrators Conduct in International Arbitration." ICC International Court of Arbitration: Latin American Arbitration Group
"Procedural and Evidentiary Issues in Latin American Arbitration Cases." American University, Washington College of Law: International Commercial Arbitration in the America: Procedural, Evidentiary, and Current Issues
"Effectively Resolving Local and Global Disputes through Mediation, Arbitration, and Litigation." Associated Owners & Developers 2008 National Conference East
"Multi-contract Arbitration in Latin America: A Mock Case." ICC International Commercial Arbitration in Latin America
"Dealing with Challenges in International Arbitration: A Comparative Approach." University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review Symposium
"International Arbitration in Latin America: Are Regional Legislatures and Institutions Stepping up to the Plate?" ABA International 2006 Fall Conference
"Reaping Benefits While Avoiding Pitfalls in International Markets." Associated Owners & Developers 2006 National Conference: Building and Managing Major Construction Projects
"Critical Role of the Judiciary in International Arbitration." International Center for Dispute Resolution's 4th Annual International Arbitration Conference
"A Practical Approach to Cultural and Procedural Issues." Arbitration in Latin America held by The British Institute of International & Comparative Law
"A New Project Risk Assessment Tool for Owners, Contractors, A/E's, and Their Lawyers." 19th Annual Construction Industry Networking Nirvana: The "A/E Issues" Construction Super Conference
"Taking of Evidence in Latin American Cases - Recurrent Issues." 2nd Annual Conference on International Commercial Arbitration in Latin America: The ICC Perspective hosted by the ICC International Court of Arbitration
Hogan Lovells Publications
10 September 2013
"Developments in Financial Services Arbitration: Publication of the ISDA Arbitration Guide.", Hogan Lovells
09 July 2013
"Suzhou Court Refuses to Enforce Arbitral Award rendered by CIETAC Shanghai (also known as SHIAC).", Hogan Lovells
30 May 2013
"Over and out: cricket disciplinary process deemed to constitute arbitration proceedings.", Hogan Lovells
17 April 2013
"Shanghai International Arbitration Centre - A New Chapter." Arbitration Newsletter, Hogan Lovells
04 February 2013
"If Argentina withdraws from the ICSID Convention: Implications for foreign investors." Hogan Lovells
12 September 2011
"The New ICC Rules Uncovered." International Litigation and Arbitration Alert, Hogan Lovells
02 April 2008
"Supreme Court Rejects Judicial Review of Arbitration Awards, Even By Express Agreement." Labor and Employment Update, Hogan & Hartson LLP
02 April 2008
"Supreme Court Rejects Judicial Review of Arbitration Awards, Even By Express Agreement." Litigation Alert, Hogan & Hartson LLP
02 April 2008
"Supreme Court Rejects Judicial Review of Arbitration Awards, Even By Express Agreement." International Litigation and Arbitration Update, Hogan & Hartson LLP
02 November 2005
"Changes in Law Make New York a More Effective Arbitral Forum and Permit Assets in New York to be Restrained in Aid of International Arbitrations." International Litigation and Arbitration Update, Hogan & Hartson LLP
01 March 2005
"Resolving Corporate Disputes—What are the Options?" Litigation, Mediation, and Arbitration Update, Hogan & Hartson LLP
"Getting the Deal Through - Arbitration 2011.", Global Arbitration Review
"International Arbitration-Telecommunications: Outside Counsel Perspective." International Commercial Arbitration Practice: 21st Century Perspectives, LexisNexis
"International Commercial Arbitration: Hurdles When Confirming a Foreign Arbitral Award in the United States." Migalhas on International Arbitration Issue No. 3, Migalhas
"United States." Getting the Deal Through - Arbitration, Law Business Research
"Investment-Related Legal Developments in Central America and the Dominican Republic." 76 Arbitration 70-78, Sweet and Maxwell
"International Commercial Arbitration: Hurdles When Confirming a Foreign Arbitral Award in the United States." Transnational Dispute Management, Vol. 6, Issue 4
"International Commercial Arbitration: Hurdles When Confirming a Foreign Arbitral Award in the United States." International Arbitration Law Review, Thomson Reuters
"International Commercial Arbitration: Hurdles When Confirming a Foreign Arbitral Award in the U.S." The Florida Bar Journal, The Florida Bar
"Florida." Getting the Deal Through - Dispute Resolution 2009, Law Business Research Ltd.
"Dispute Resolution: Florida." Getting the Deal Through, Law Business Research
01 May 2003
"International Arbitration: Practical Considerations With a Latin American Focus." Journal of Structured and Project Finance, Institutional Investor Journals