Practice Areas: Damages, Energy, International Arbitration, Valuation & Financial Analysis
Sebastian Zuccon is a Senior Vice President and head of the Buenos Aires office. Mr. Zuccon has a Masters in Economics from the London School of Economics, Masters in Finance from Universidad di Tella, and a B.A in Economics from Universidad de Buenos Aires.
Mr. Zuccon specializes in assessing damages in treaty disputes, commercial arbitrations, litigations and antitrust matters. He has testified as economic expert, provided expert advice and lead teams in more than 50 international arbitration cases
His arbitration experience comprises several industries like airports, banking, electricity, food and beverages, infrastructure, insurance, natural gas, oil, pharmaceutical, pulp & paper, retail, telecommunications, transportation and water. These cases have involved contractual disputes, expropriations and commercial damages in countries like Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Hungary, Italy, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Poland, Romania, Russia, The Philippines, Trinidad & Tobago, Turkey, United Kingdom, Ukraine, and Uruguay.
Mr. Zuccon was previously a Senior Managing Economist with LECG in Paris during 2008-2011 and held senior consultant roles with LECG in Buenos Aires during 2003-2007. He previously worked at KPMG Corporate Finance, where he served for three years as a senior corporate finance analyst specializing in business valuation, M&A and strategy and he also worked at the Argentinean Ministry of Economics.
Mr. Zuccon has authored “Damages Assessment in Cross Border Sales Between Related Parties”, published by Transnational Dispute Management in 2013 and co-authored with Manuel Abdala and Pablo Spiller "Chorzów’s Compensation Standard: As Applied in ADC v Hungary" published by the Institute of Transnational Arbitration in 2007.
Mr. Zuccon is a native Spanish speaker, fluent in English and French.