When Anibal Martin Sabater joined Houston’s Fulbright & Jaworski four years ago, he said he rarely got to use his Spanish skills.

“We always had a strong Latin American presence when it comes to arbitration, but when I came here in 2003, I don’t think we had any arbitration cases in Spanish even though several of those involved Latin America,” said Sabater, a native of Spain who works as an international arbitration adviser.

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