Admitted to the Paris Bar and the Madrid Bar, Patricia Ugalde Revilla is a senior associate in the International
Arbitration practice of the Dubai office.
She regularly represents clients in commercial and investment arbitrations, mostly in connection with
construction and engineering projects as well as with financial and commercial contracts.
Patricia joined Mayer Brown in 2015. Previously, she was an attorney in the Litigation and International
Arbitration group of an international firm in Madrid.
In addition to her native Spanish, Patricia is fluent in English and French.
Recent or pending arbitration or court proceedings in which Patricia Ugalde Revilla was involved include the
A construction consortium in two ICC arbitrations related to EPC contracts for the procurement, design,
construction testing and commissioning of two thermal solar power plants in Africa.
A construction consortium in arbitration proceedings in connection with disputes arising from a contract for
the construction of an airport in a country in the Middle East.
The Panama Canal in a number of ICC arbitrations and DAB proceedings.
A construction company in ICC arbitration proceedings in connection with a dispute over the construction of
a water treatment plant in Malaysia.
A construction company in ICC arbitration proceedings in connection with a contract for the execution of wet
utilities of a road in Qatar.
A Canadian investor in an arbitration against Mexico under the NAFTA in relation to its treatment by the
A foreign investor in an ICC arbitration related with the management of a power generation company in
A consortium of a French and a Brazilian company in an ICC arbitration against a State-owned company
concerning the construction and operation of a water treatment plant in Lima (Peru).