Silvia L. Bolatti

Of Counsel

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Silvia L. Bolatti

Silvia L. Bolatti

Of Counsel

    212 371 8008


Silvia L. Bolatti brings a concentration in complex, cross-border litigation, international arbitration, and transactional matters to add to our firm’s broad capabilities. Frequently representing clients from the U.S., Latin America, Europe, and Asia in a variety of international commercial and business matters, she is experienced in advising companies on setting up U.S. operations, negotiation and drafting of shareholders’ agreements, joint venture agreements, supply and distribution agreements, and risk management.

Silvia has particular expertise in the U.S. domestication and enforcement of foreign judgments, including foreign monetary and divorce judgments and foreign arbitral awards; she also handles Surrogate Court ancillary proceedings to recover U.S.-based assets in connection with foreign testamentary and intestate proceedings.

Prior to founding Bolatti & Griffith in 1997, Silvia worked at the New York office of a prominent Chicago-based law firm, in addition to a Wall Street insurance coverage and defense firm. With dual admission as a U.S. and civil law attorney and proficiency in foreign languages including Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, and French, Silvia is uniquely suited to represent foreign clients in her affiliation with Guzov, LLC.


University of Buenos Aires School of Law


State of New York Bar

Argentine Bar

U.S. Southern District of New York
U.S. Eastern District of New York

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