Gonzalo García Delatour is a partner at Beccar Varela, having joined the firm in 1999. He co-heads the firm’s Arbitration Department.

His practice areas include civil and commercial litigation, insolvencies, bankruptcies and restructuring, and domestic and international arbitration. He has represented local and foreign clients in complex litigation cases and international arbitration proceedings under the rules of the ICC, UNCITRAL, LCIA, AAA, CIADI, CAM, as well as in domestic arbitration before the Arbitral Tribunal of the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange, MAE and CEMA. He has acted as counsel in several cases involving banking and contractual disputes, product liability, torts, oil & gas, mining, agency and distribution matters, and real estate and construction, among others. He is also very active in daily legal assistance in general corporate and commercial matters to several local and foreign companies established in Argentina.

Gonzalo obtained his Law degree from Universidad de Buenos Aires (2000), with a specialization in business law. He participated as visiting scholar in a Research Program in Comparative Law, at Denver University School of Law (USA, 2005) and worked as a foreign associate at Hughes Hubbard & Reed (New York, USA, 2006). Prior to joining Beccar Varela, he started his practice working at a National Commercial Court in Argentina (1996-1998).

He has participated in numerous meetings and seminars in connection with domestic and international arbitration. He is author of several articles on his area of expertise. He is a member of the Buenos Aires Bar Association, the Colegio de Abogados de San Isidro (Buenos Aires), the Spanish Club of Arbitration, the Rioplantense Chapter of the CEA, the Young International Arbitration Group of the LCIA, the Business Center of Mediation and Arbitration and the International Bar Association (IBA).

Gonzalo has been recognized by Chambers Latin America, Chambers Global, The Legal 500, Latin Lawyer 250, Leaders League and Benchmark Latin America.

He speaks Spanish and English.