Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer has named a dedicated leader for the U.S. arm of its international arbitration practice for the first time, promoting New York partner Noiana Marigo to fill the role.
The U.S. international arbitration practice had formerly been overseen by international arbitration global co-head Nigel Blackaby, but the Washington, D.C., partner is now focusing his attention on his wider responsibilities. Marigo, who joined the firm in 2002, has served as the global co-head of its Latin America practice group since May 2014, and she will be continuing in that position.Noiana Marigo, Partner with Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer.
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