J Eloy Anzola chairs an investment arbitral tribunal

Global Arbitration Review reports that an UNCITRAL tribunal has finished hearing a Spanish tuna fishing company’s treaty claim against Ecuador concerning the imposition of taxes in a free trade zone.
The five-day hearing of the claim by Albacora concluded on 26 January, according to information posted on the website of the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague, which is administering the case. The arbitration is seated in Paris and is being conducted in Spanish.
Miami-based Venezuelan arbitrator J Eloy Anzola is chairing the tribunal. Albacora appointed Brazilian arbitrator José Emilio Nunes Pinto, while Ecuador appointed Italian arbitrator Loretta Malintoppi

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J. Eloy Anzola

J. Eloy Anzola lives in Miami, Florida. He is dedicated to international arbitration.
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