About the Author
Luis Lucas Rodriguez is a graduate from La Habana University School of Law in 1981. His postgraduate and work experience includes being a trainee solicitor in the law firm of Richards Butler International Law Firm in London (now part of Reed Smith); Maritime, Commercial and Port Law; Maritime Law and International Commercial, University of WILHEM PIECK, Rostock, Germany; International Finances, La Habana; Accounting and Finances; Commercial Mediation, Chamber of Commerce of The Republic of Cuba; Commercial Mediation, Center of Education and Investigation of Conflicts - Carleton University. Ottawa, Canada. Others: System of Quality in audit and ISO9000, Curacao Drydock Company; Familiarisation and formation of the PBIP Code, Panama Maritime Training Services Inc; Journalism (Correspondent). English, Havana International School (attached to the United Kingdom Embassy).
He has provided assistance and representation for clients from different jurisdictions in matters of international commerce and investment, particularly as a judicial adviser of the Cuban legislation. Representing clients from different jurisdictions also in matters of economic recruitment, mercantile matters, maritime corporate, aviation and financial, including judicial disputes, arbitration and ad hoc mediation.
He is the author of various legal articles in a variety of trade and maritime matters and a columnist in the editions of 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 of the publication: The International Comparative Shipping Guide to: Shipping Law. He is a member of the editorial council of Mar y Pesca magazine, in Miami, US.
Luis Lucas speaks English in addition to his native Spanish.