AdrianNuñez

Associate

Miami + 1.305.714.9737

Adrian Nuñez has more than 11 years of litigation experience and focuses his practice on domestic and international arbitration and commercial disputes. He regularly represents clients in commercial and cross-border disputes and with discovery matters pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1782.

Adrian has represented Fortune 500 companies in arbitration before the International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR) of the American Arbitration Association (AAA), as well as multinational clients before the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). He works closely with foreign or local counsel, experts, and key witnesses and efficiently prepares cases often occurring in multiple jurisdictions, including matters conducted in Spanish.

Adrian also has extensive experience in commercial litigation in federal and state courts, handling all phases of litigation including trials and appeals. He also has counseled clients on business and trade secrets laws.

Prior to joining Jones Day in 2017, Adrian represented major financial institutions and investors in civil litigation involving business and contractual disputes, fraudulent transfers and the enforcement of mortgages, security agreements, and guaranties. In addition, he represented creditors in bankruptcy proceedings under chapter 7, 11, and 13.

Adrian is a member of the American Bar Association and Miami International Arbitration Society and serves as chair of the Richard DeWitt Memorial Vis Pre-Moot Committee of the International Law Section of the Florida Bar.

Experience

  • Major U.S. airline obtains dismissal with prejudice of "trafficking" claim under the Helms-Burton Act related to partnership involving hotels in CubaJones Day obtained a ruling of first impression in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas, which dismissed for lack of Article III standing a Helms-Burton Act lawsuit alleging that American Airlines "trafficked" in property confiscated by the Castro government following the 1959 Cuban Revolution.
  • Major U.S. airline defends against "trafficking" claim under the Helms-Burton ActJones Day represents American Airlines, Inc. in defending a claim of "trafficking" under the Helms-Burton Act.
  • Financial institution resolves dispute over allegations of unauthorized tradesJones Day represented a financial institution in a FINRA arbitration involving cross border discovery issues in connection with the sale of structured products to a private investment company.
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