Santiago Dellepiane is a Managing Director with Berkeley Research Group and Co-Chair of its Economics & Damages practice. He has worked extensively as an economist and valuation analyst, and as a consultant for utilities, regulated and nonregulated businesses. His work involves economic analysis, valuation, business advisory, regulatory analysis, and damages assessment.
Mr. Dellepiane has provided written and oral testimony or expert advice in more than thirty-five cases involving valuation, regulatory, damages, and other issues before the ICSID, ICC, UNCITRAL, and ICDR tribunals, and before Canadian courts (Superior Court of Justice of Ontario and Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta). In 2016, he led a team of damages experts working for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan on investor-state dispute settlement.
Mr. Dellepiane's research on damages in contractual and treaty breaches was published in Oxford University Press' Damages in International Arbitration under Complex Long-term Contracts in 2014. He has also written articles on damages issues published in the Journal of International Arbitration and has contributed to books published by the National Autonomous University of Mexico and by ICCA. He speaks regularly at conferences on damages issues. He has been recognized over several years among the world's top arbitration expert witnesses and as a thought leader by Who's Who Legal. Mr. Dellepiane also assists certain clients on a number of pro bono matters.
Practice Areas: Construction & Government Contracting, Damages Analysis, Economics & Damages, Energy, Government Contracts, Power & Renewables, Public Policy, International & Domestic Arbitration.