Cristina Pérez Soto

Cristina Pérez Soto practices in all areas of cross-border litigation and disputes before United States federal and state courts, international arbitration institutions, and other tribunals. She focuses a significant part of her practice on international litigation and arbitration, including enforcement proceedings, representing clients in the United States and abroad. She also has experience in securities, tax, investment, accounting, and other white-collar investigations. A native Spanish speaker, Cristina has represented clients from various countries in Latin America, including Mexico, El Salvador, Venezuela, Honduras, Costa Rica, and Puerto Rico. She has experience handling international arbitration matters before the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the International Centre for Dispute Resolution of the American Arbitration Association (AAA), including matters that have been conducted entirely in Spanish.

Cristina served as an assistant U.S. attorney in the criminal division of the Southern District of Florida for four years. During this time she focused on major fraud cases, including securities, investment, mortgage, tax, and other large-scale fraud matters, and tried more than 15 jury cases to verdict. [1]