Maximiliano, a senior associate at FABREGA MOLINO in the litigation department, has over 25 years of experience handling civil, maritime, arbitration, consumer protection, administrative, and constitutional litigation processes.

His expertise includes drafting claims to protect fundamental rights, civil appeals, and contentious administrative claims.

He has practiced procedural law since 1998, starting in the Fifth Civil Circuit Court of the First Judicial Circuit. In his private practice, he has counseled and represented significant national and international companies in various industries such as construction, real estate, food, electricity, transportation, and fiduciary sectors.

He has experience as a lawyer handling complex litigation and international disputes involving sovereign states and transnational companies.


  • University of Panamá, Panamá (LL.B.,2003).
  • Studies in Procedural Law at the University of Panama, Panama (2004).
  • Diploma in Administrative Law at the University of Panama, Panama (2023)


  • Spanish

Relevant Transactions

  • Defense Defending a Mexican company against expropriation and nationalization decrees by a South American state.
  • Arbitration claims by a European construction company against a sovereign state’s defense.
  • Advice to a company that owns ships transporting minerals and products claimed by a Separatist Region’s government in West Africa.
  • Advice to a sovereign State due to the annulment of a Contract Law that covered a mining operation.
  • Advice to construction companies in the execution of the expansion of the Panama Canal.
  • Representation of companies in the energy sector due to safety claims and alleged violations of the National Electrical Safety Code.
  • Representation of telecommunications companies due to the affectation of submarine cables.