Noiana is a partner in the international arbitration group, head of the US arbitration group, and co-head of the Latin America practice. Noiana is civil and common law trained, and has acted as counsel and arbitrator in more than 45 high-stake, cutting-edge commercial and investment treaty arbitrations conducted under the auspices of the ICSID, ICC, PCA and/or ICDR, and under the UNCITRAL rules in both English and Spanish. Noiana regularly acts for Latin American corporations, foreign investors and sovereign states on disputes in the energy, infrastructure, public services, airlines, telecommunication, sovereign debt, steel plants, and mining sectors.
Noiana is a member of the Latin American and Caribbean Users’ Council (LCIA); a member of the International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA) Drafting Committee on Protocols for Fair and Efficient Arbitration; and a member of the International Bar Association Recognition and Enforcement of Arbitral Awards Subcommittee, and International Bar Association Arbitration Guidelines and Rules Subcommittee's Steering Group.
Noiana has authored and co-authored numerous publications on international arbitration, especially regarding arbitration in Latin America, and is a frequent speaker on this subject.