Jorge I Valencia has more than nine years of experience in litigation and arbitration involving construction, public utilities, finance, oil and gas, and commercial contracts. He worked for two years in the international dispute resolution and white-collar practice groups of a New York law firm, advising clients in investment arbitration matters, transnational disputes and white-collar investigations under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act in the United States, Latin America and Africa.
Jorge has worked on arbitration proceedings under the ICC, ICSID and UNCITRAL rules in the construction, oil and gas, and finance sectors. Jorge has also advised in domestic arbitration before the Chamber of Commerce of Bogota in relation to public procurement, public utilities, construction and energy.
Jorge focuses his practice on domestic and international arbitration, particularly disputes related to construction, oil and gas, energy and public utilities. He also advises on anti-corruption and general compliance matters, and has conducted investigations for large multinationals in the United States, Latin America and Africa. He has also rendered advice related to FCPA violations involving contracts with Asian.