MR. NAKHLE: Okay. So the next and final panel that we have today, this is a topic that is very much involved, which is quantum disputes related to the renewable energy sector. To moderate this panel, we have Professor Pablo Spiller. Pablo is a consultant with Compass Lexecon, a Professor Emeritus of Business and Technology at the Haas School of Business University of Berkeley. Pablo has published over a hundred academy articles and ten books on economic issues. And as an economic and damages expert, Pablo has testified in more than 130 litigations in international arbitration cases, including a number of past and current disputes involving renewable energy. And, if I may add, Pablo has been a fantastic boss and mentor to me for almost 15 years, so that’s a long time. Thank you, Pablo, and welcome.
MR. SPILLER: Okay. Thanks, Miguel and Craig for inviting me to moderate a panel. And we have a great team of speakers.
The order of today’s presentations, I’m going to do a very brief introduction, then, Reggie, who needs no introduction, but is a partner at King & Spalding, will talk about cessation of the claim and cases.
Carlos Sole, who comes from KPMG, he was in a regulatory agency in Spain, and he has been very active in the current Spanish renewables cases, so he will provide you with his view, in a sense, coming from the furnace of the mess, so he could explain to you what it’s all about in Spain.
Then we have Arif. I have the pleasure of working with him in a few cases. A wonderful speaker.