Guillermo García-Perrote is an international arbitration lawyer specialising in infrastructure and energy disputes. Guillermo regularly represents clients in international arbitrations in major international centres and ad-hoc arbitrations. Guillermo also has expertise in other forms of dispute resolution, including litigation, expert determination and mediation. Guillermo's breadth of experience allows him to help clients formulate successful strategies to resolve complex cross-border disputes by focusing on delivering strong commercial outcomes including dispute avoidance, investment structuring, project delivery, settlement negotiations and enforcement strategies. He is based in Sydney, following an increasingly active business relationship between Spain, Australia and the APAC region. Guillermo qualified as a lawyer in Spain (Madrid Bar) in 2009 and has worked at top-tier law firms in Madrid and London. He is also qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales. At Herbert Smith Freehills, he advises clients on complex cross-border disputes across many sectors and industries concerning a wide range of trade, commercial and financial activities, with a particular focus on construction/infrastructure and energy disputes. Guillermo’s experience across different forms of dispute resolution allows him to advise clients at every step of the dispute resolution process, providing commercially sensitive advice. This allows Guillermo to help clients with front-end dispute avoidance and risk management issues as well as resolving disputes when they arise. Guillermo speaks at conferences and seminars, and lectures at universities and master’s programs in relation to both international arbitration and the construction/infrastructure and energy sectors.