Anacarolina Estaba Bendfeldt

Senior Attorney, Litigation
Houston
2000 Wells Fargo Plaza
1000 Louisiana Street
Houston, Texas 77002
t 713.276.5398 f 713.276.6398
aestaba@gardere.com

Anacarolina Estaba Bendfeldt is a senior attorney assisting clients with complex maritime, marine, energy, transportation, commercial, and oil and gas disputes and transactions. She represents leading domestic and foreign entities worldwide, particularly in Latin America, and has participated in a wide variety of litigation, arbitration and mediation matters. These include:

  • Labor and employment
  • Vessel collisions and allisions
  • Liens and seizures
  • Salvage, towage, general average, insurance, contract indemnity disputes
  • Federal Aviation Administration, aviation, cargo
  • Governmental fines
  • Solar and wind projects
  • Insurance coverage and bad faith

Anacarolina focuses on clients with cross-border litigation and international discovery needs. She has worked on cases involving Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Kenya, Korea, London, Mexico, Spain, Taiwan and Venezuela, and her clients are either headquartered or have operations in many other countries around the world. Anacarolina also works in condemnation of property cases.

Anacarolina has also represented clients in a variety of sophisticated corporate projects, including joint ventures, mergers, acquisitions and international corporate formations, both in the United States and Latin America. She is fluent in English and Spanish.

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