Daniel Caicedo is part of the litigation and arbitration team at Carmigniani Pérez Abogados, in the Guayaquil office. His practice focuses on advising domestic and foreign clients in arbitration, and civil and commercial litigation. Since joining the firm, he has successfully participated in arbitrations related to the telecommunications and commercial sectors.

Daniel is also part of the labor department of Carmigniani Pérez Abogados, where he advises and represents the firm’s clients in labor proceedings.
His practice also includes representation in administrative proceedings, as well as in challenges within the customs area in proceedings against the National Customs Service of Ecuador.

Practice Areas

  • Arbitration and litigation
  • Labor


  • Universidad Católica de Santiago de Guayaquil. Attorney at Law, 2019.
  • Universidad de Especialidades Espíritu Santo, Master in Procedural Law, 2021.
  • Tirant Lo Blanch & Medellín Chamber of Commerce, Diploma in International Commercial Arbitration, 2021.


  • Spanish
  • English
  • Portuguese

Career Path

  • He was the editor of the Law Review of the Faculty of Law of the Universidad Católica Santiago de Guayaquil, 2018.
  • He was assistant professor in Civil Procedural Law I at Universidad Católica Santiago de Guayaquil, 2017 – 2018.
  • Member of the academic committee of the National Arbitration Competition.
  • Represented Universidad Católica Santiago de Guayaquil in the National Arbitration Competition, 2018 – 2019; as well as in the International Arbitration Competition, 2018.
  • Participated as an arbitrator in the pre-moot conducted by Alumni Arbitration for the 2020 International Arbitration Competition.


  • “Challenging and Enforcing Arbitration Awards, Global Arbitration Review Know How Ecuador (2020)”


  • “Covid-19: El impulso a la modernización que necesitaba el arbitraje en Ecuador”, Very Young Arbitration Blog (2020) [Covid-19: The boost to modernization that arbitration in Ecuador needed]
  • “The Guide to Challenging and Enforcing Arbitration Awards: Ecuadorian Chapter”, Global Arbitration Review (2021).