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Nathan C. Santamaría

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Nathan C. Santamaría is an associate with Linklaters LLP in London and focuses his practice on the area of energy project finance and development. Mr. Santamaría’s practice spans four continents where he also advises clients on compliance with international treaties, major energy supply contract disputes, and seeking authorization and permitting from foreign governments for industrial activities of foreign investors and developers. He has also advised in major international arbitrations involving global companies, state controlled entities, and private investors. Before a career in law, Mr. Santamaría worked as a journalist for National Public Radio, covering matters in Latin American politics.

Mr. Santamaría is a member of the Ivy Club. He was educated at Princeton University (A.B. cum laude), and Georgetown University Law Center (J.D.).

Titling Cuba: Resolving Ownership, Allocation and Productivity Problems in a Post-Communist Agricultural Sector

Titling Cuba: Resolving Ownership, Allocation and Productivity Problems in a Post-Communist Agricultural Sector

Property rights in the Cuban countryside took on inauspicious beginnings in the sixteenth century when the Spanish Crown began making land grants called mercedes, distributed to colonial settlers in the form of circles. Ownership interests in the circles were also partitioned at oblique angles; grants were made to a grantee and all his descendants as [...]

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