Edward J. Salcedo
Edward Salcedo’s practice focuses on general litigation and international arbitration. He is also regularly involved in labor and employment, real estate and aviation law.
Edward has been involved in legal research and in drafting legal writs including brief term actions, as well as in complex civil, criminal and tax complaints and claims. In addition, he has submitted evidence documents and the procurement of all corresponding rulings for litigation cases. Edward participated in the first discovery of documents produced in the Dominican Republic as part of a motion to estimate a claim before a US bankruptcy court.
Edward’s labor and employment experience includes assisting clients with labor matters in the Dominican Republic including drafting of labor contracts, separation of high level executives and mitigation of labor risks. He has also collaborated in due diligence processes by evaluating labor and litigation risks, as well as risks related real estate matters. His aviation experience includes acquiring approvals for new flight routes and renewal of governmental permits to allow airlines to operate in the Dominican Republic and has deregistered aircraft from Dominican Republic public records.
Edward has lectured on aspects of the Dominican Republic’s real estate law. He has also participated in advanced certificate programs on real estate law, constitutional law, civil procedure law and the Dominican Republic – Central America Free Trade Agreement’s alternative dispute resolution procedures.
In 2012 he completed an assignment in the Cleveland, Ohio office of Squire Sanders, where he concentrated on investment treaty arbitration and international commercial arbitration matters.