Sandra González leads FERRERE’s Litigation and Arbitration team. She assists local and international companies operating in different areas of activity, and specializes in complex, multi-jurisdiction cases.
She is currently representing clients in construction arbitrations and disputes related to public interest services concessions, a multinational company in litigation on matters of professional conduct, and different investors in various international disputes against the Uruguayan State. For a number of years she has represented three major international financial groups – JPMorgan Chase, Credit Suisse and Commerzbank - in a series of litigations deriving from liquidation of Uruguay’s largest private bank. These cases involve actions in Argentina and the United States, and González coordinates on them with other international firms.
Sandra González is alternate member for Uruguay of the Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce, and regularly participates as a panelist on arbitration and foreign investment issues at international conferences.
She is a founding member and former president of the Latin American Council of the New York State Bar Association and a founding member of the River Plate Chapter of the Spanish Arbitration Club. She is also a member of ArbitralWomen, The Pledge and the Latin American Arbitration Association.
- American Association of Private International Law
- American Bar Association – Section of International Law
- Harvard Alumni Association
- Harvard Club of Uruguay
- International Bar Association
- Latin American Arbitration Association
- Spanish Arbitration Club - Río de la Plata Division
- Uruguayan Bar Association