Kennedys strengthens its Spanish Caribbean reach hiring Daniel Padrón

International law firm Kennedys is strengthening its Caribbean and Cuban expertise by adding Daniel Padrón to its Latin American Team in Miami.

Mr. Padrón is a Cuban qualified lawyer with a decade’s experience in the Insurance and Reinsurance Industry. His experience lies mainly on Construction and Erection All Risk, Oil, Marine and Aviation matters among others. He worked for ESICUBA (Seguros Internacionales de Cuba S.A.) gaining experience there in wording analysis, reinsurance contracts and claims.

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For more on ESICUBA see our articles on the Insurance Industry in Cuba.

Kennedys’ Head of the Latin American Business Unit, Alex Guillamont says: “The experience of Daniel Padrón in the Spanish Caribbean and Cuban (re) insurance market complements our team very well. Clients now can take advantage of the unique set of skills that Daniel brings saving time and money when dealing with their claims or regulatory issues.”

Daniel states: “I’m excited to join Kennedys’ Miami office as Kennedys always offers pioneer solutions to its clients; for instance, Kennedys was the first international insurance law firm to open a boutique office in Miami for Latin America a few years ago. To me this is a great responsibility and an excellent opportunity to offer Kennedys’ clients experience dealing locally with Cuban and Caribbean matters and globally in London”.

Kennedys’ America’s office is based in Miami to help international insurers and reinsurers manage claims and non-contentious issues across the region. The dedicated multilingual team is highly experienced in supporting our clients, and we also draw on the skills and expertise of Kennedys globally.

The LatAm and Caribbean unit works with a network of Latin American and Caribbean law firms. Kennedys has associated offices in Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Colombia and Mexico and manteins long-standing relationships with leading insurance and reinsurance law firms in the rest of the region.

After decades working for international carriers on Latin American & Caribbean claims from London and Madrid, Kennedys was the first international insurance law firm to open a boutique office in Miami, in 2010, as a hub to manage claims, regulatory issues, policy analyses and audits across the region.

Numer One

According to independent Gracechurch Report, Kennedys is the number one law firm in terms of value for money.

The Latin America & Caribbean Business Unit in Miami is a team of expert insurance lawyers from Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Mexico, Colombia, Panama, Venezuela, England, Spain and now Cuba.

In addition, the US Business Unit is headed by Neil Bayer, who has extensive litigation experience working for the London Market in maritime-related areas. Mr. Bayer has a background in fine arts, specie, marine and aviation cases. The US Business Unit also includes Dan Sanders, with 25 years of experience investigating, evaluating, and negotiating contractual and extra-contractual obligations of insurers and the underlying exposures of complex commercial litigation: balancing stakeholders’ expectations with strategic resolution of conflict.

The lawyers in Miami are also supported by the international insurance team, including the London Market division and other offices around the world who handle some of the most significant insurance and reinsurance matters worldwide.

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