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Lucy Objío joined the firm in 2009 and became a partner in 2012. She has 15 years of experience practicing law, concentrating in civil litigation, commercial, labour, constitutional law, intellectual property, copyright, consumer law, insurance litigation, real estate, aviation and maritime law, as well as commercial arbitration. She has experience advising clients on banking, commercial and corporate regulations and franchise and distribution issues, among other things. She regularly advises companies and local and international financial institutions in the areas of complex contracts, dispute resolution, real estate disputes, intellectual property litigation, shareholder agreements, telecommunications, and damage awards resulting from lawsuits.
Lucy has participated in many cases in the maritime area, involving issues as varied as maritime embargo claims, naval mortgage executions, freight disputes, insurance claims, cargo claims and other related matters. She also has represented clients in the majority of the labor disputes handled by the firm, with a success record of over 90 percent.
Lucy was recognized by Chambers & Partners Latin America, Legal 500 and Who’s Who Legal in dispute resolution. In 2018 and 2019 Lucy was recognized among TOP25 Women in Litigation in Latin America by Benchmark Litigation.
Lucy received her Bachelor of Laws, cum laude, from the Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo in 2002. In 2007, she graduated from the Master of Business Law program at the University of Alcalá, Spain. She pursued a Master in Civil Liability Law from Pontificia Universidad Católica Madre y Maestra and Université de Savoie. She has attended courses and seminars on issues related to jurisdiction and the international criminal courts, international commercial arbitration and social security. Lucy has graduated from the Lex Mundi Institute Cross-Border Dispute Resolution Program. She has taught Civil Procedure in the Masters of Legal Practice program at Pontificia Universidad Catolica Madre y Maestra and the Pellerano & Herrera Foundation. She is a member of the Dominican Bar Association and is fluent in Spanish, English and French.
Last updated July 2019