Asset Recovery Americas
June 25 - 27 2024
The Dupont CircleWashington D.C.

Chiara Spector-Naranjo
Partner at Lewis Baach Kaufmann Middlemiss


Ms. Spector-Naranjo is an experienced and effective advocate with a diverse litigation practice that includes commercial litigation, complex international disputes, and financial fraud in federal and state trial court and appellate proceedings.

Recently lauded by the former Chief Judge of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Florida for her “persuasive and eloquent” presentation on behalf of her clients,[1] Ms. Spector-Naranjo has over 15 years of experience advising and advocating for U.S. and foreign clients involved in a wide range of domestic and cross-border disputes. Ms. Spector-Naranjo has successfully litigated matters involving allegations of breach of contract, negligence, and fraud, and has helped clients to navigate and understand complex matters of U.S. criminal and civil law and procedure.

Ms. Spector-Naranjo also has extensive experience representing individuals and companies in connection with U.S. regulatory agency investigations, obtaining U.S. discovery in aid of foreign proceedings, obtaining licenses for transactions subject to sanctions programs administered by the Office of Foreign Asset Control, and representing clients pursuing whistleblower complaints to the Securities and Exchange Commission regarding securities law violations by multi-national companies.

Ms. Spector-Naranjo also advises clients on compliance with U.S. laws, including U.S. export controls, financial sanctions programs, the USA PATRIOT Act, and laws regulating lenders.

During law school, Ms. Spector-Naranjo advocated for immigrant domestic violence victims as an intern at Ayuda Clínica Legal and for tenants sued in landlord-tenant court through the D.C. Law Students in Court program.

Ms. Spector-Naranjo earned her J.D. and B.A. degrees, both cum laude, from Georgetown University.

Agenda Sessions

  • Third party liabilities in the context of fraud or insolvency