Julio César is a partner of the firm, specialising in litigation, constitutional procedural law and commercial law.
He has extensive experience in general litigation, spanning to tort, contracts and family law actions and resolutions; and commercial litigation, including derivative actions and corporate disputes among shareholders. He has participated in several major local and international corporate disputes in recent years, successfully advising our clients.
He is currently chairman of the board of Scotia Bolsa, and has served as a member of the board of Empresa Nacional de Turismo SA (ENTURPERU) and of the Liquidating Committee of Empresa Turística Regional Inka SA (EMTURIN).
Prior to joining the firm, he was an associate at Estudio Cauvi & Benites and at Estudio Benites Mercado & Ugaz, as well as a partner at Estudio Juan José Cauvi & Asociados.
Education: master's in business administration, Universidad del Pacífico, 2010; licensed in Law, Pontificia Catholic University of Peru, 1991.
Bar admissions: Lima, 1991.
Languages: Spanish and English.
Memberships: Iberoamerican Institute of Procedural Law; member of the Court of Arbitration of the Lima Bar Association; arbitrator appointed from the Center of National and International Conciliation and Arbitration of the Lima Chamber of Commerce; arbitrator appointed from the Procurement Supervisory Authority of the Republic of Peru (OSCE).
Academics: professor of civil procedural law, Law School, Pontificia Catholic University of Peru.
Publications: International Civil Procedure, co-author (World Law Group Members Firm, 2003). Articles on civil procedural law and dispute resolution in specialist journals.