Argentina-based attorney, Pablo Giancaterino focuses his practice on complex civil and criminal tax law litigation, arbitration and dispute resolution, often with an international dimension and Latin America focus.
He is a recognized authority in foreign government disputes, with numerous articles and lectures on sovereign litigation.
Mr. Giancaterino handles a range of litigation, arbitration matters, and appeals, including creditors’ rights, securities, civil rights, domestic law, and judgment-enforcement proceedings.
He is a member of the Diaz Reus legal team representing Argentina creditors with $2 billion in claims in multinational litigation and enforcement. (Seijas v. Republic of Argentina).
Mr. Giancaterino served 12 years as attorney for Argentina’s National Justice and the Federal Administration of Public Revenues, investigating and litigating major cases of crimes against public administration and criminal tax law.
He is a member of ADAPD, association of victims of Argentina’s dollarization and default, and founding member of Buenos Aires’ ADUSBEF, Associazione Difesa Utenti Servizi Bancari E Finanziari.