5 edition of Arbitration in Latin America found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Gonzalo de Quesada.|
|LC Classifications||JX1953 .Q4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. l., ix-xii p., 2 l., 136 p. 1 l.|
|Number of Pages||136|
|LC Control Number||07036942|
But is the UAE ready to become the world's arbitration hub of choice? especially for disputes arising out of Latin America,” he said. Federal Tax Litigation Book. I was lucky to be in a minority of Spanish-speaking, English mother tongue lawyers. I spent time in the Latin American arbitration group of Wilmer Hale, where I worked on a number of these cases. I also wrote a book on resolving disputes in Latin America, which was a useful springboard. 1.
There are around 89 arbitration centers in Africa. But many still rely on the more well-known international hubs outside of the continent. Credit: Shutterstock As Africa’s nations continue to. International Arbitration Yearbook Welcome to the 13th edition, and first online-only version, of Baker McKenzie’s International Arbitration Yearbook. From the publication’s European-focused roots, the Yearbook has grown to cover notable developments across up to 44 jurisdictions worldwide, reflecting our firm’s truly global presence.
King & Spalding is widely recognized as one of the world’s leading law firms in international arbitration and litigation. We represent clients in commercial and investment arbitration, and in courts around the world in international litigation, such as motions to compel arbitration, anti-suit injunctions and enforcement actions. The Institute for Transnational Arbitration (ITA), together with the Latin American Arbitration Association (ALARB) and the Brazilian Arbitration Committee (CBAr), has launched the ITA Latin American Arbitration Forum (to be known as “ITAFOR”) to foster discussion on arbitration and ADR topics pertinent to Latin America.
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The last few years, even months, have seen radical changes in commercial arbitration in almost Arbitration in Latin America book Latin American jurisdiction. International Arbitration in Latin America is a first of its kind publication that provides the lawyer, arbitrator, and businessperson with a thorough overview of the current status of international arbitration in the : Hardcover.
The book should become a standard work in its field, providing access to Latin American arbitration for many outsiders." --Dr.
Jürgen Basedow, Director of the Max-Planck-Institute of Foreign Private and Private International Law, Hamburg, DEUCited by: 1. was a lively year for international arbitration in Latin America – especially in the international commercial arbitration arena, which is the focus of this post.
Contributors to Kluwer Arbitration Blog reported mostly on favorable developments on arbitration-related. Arbitration under bilateral investment treaties in Latin America Mediation: an emerging ADR mechanism in Latin America.
Mediation: an emerging ADR mechanism in Latin America. Sixteen arbitration awards involving mining investments in Latin America have been issued since Out of these, eight awards addressed the merits (the remainder were either dismissed on jurisdictional or other grounds, settled or discontinued).
. Arbitration Law and Practice in Latin America. $ September Loukas Mistelis, Laurence Shore. Arbitration Law and Practice in the Middle East. $ September Loukas Mistelis, Laurence Shore. Arbitration Law and Practice in Asia.
$ September Loukas Mistelis, Laurence Shore. Typical arbitration proceedings in the region will most likely involve parallel judicial proceedings or intervention of national courts in support of arbitration.
As most established Latin American practitioners have developed a dual practice in court litigation and arbitration (often with an emphasis on court litigation), there is a tendency. This NYIAC Podcast Series explores how dueling dynamic and policy changes across Latin American jurisdictions impact international arbitration.
The discussion will include legal developments modifying ideological and power structures, new constitutional processes, and the role of infrastructure on progress.
Latin America is the region that has faced the largest number of investment treaty arbitration cases in the world, holding 30% of the total ICSID caseload ( cases as of Decem ).
South America alone, comprised by twelve UNASUR members, has faced ICSID cases with a number of adverse outcomes for the host. Newman has represented claimants and respondents in commercial and investment arbitration proceedings in the United States, Europe and Latin America.
He also sits as an arbitrator in cases involving international matters. Latin America. Baker McKenzie International Arbitration Yearbook – Argentina.
Luis Dates-January 1, FIDIC Emerald Book Published for Underground Work. Ismail G. Esin- 0. North America Arbitration Primer. Arbitration in Latin America. Rotterdam, Printed by M. Wyt & zonen, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Gonzalo de Quesada.
Find more information about: OCLC Number: Description: 3 preliminary leaves. The book consists of contributions from eleven writers and covers Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Panama, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela.
There is an introductory chapter by the editor on the current status of enforcement of arbitration agreements in Latin America. Trade Agreements, Investment Protection and Dispute Settlement in Latin America analyses the evolution and current landscape of dispute settlement in trade and investment agreements in the Americas.
In recent years many Latin American countries have liberalized their trade and investment regimes, opening their markets to free international trade. In Latin America, as mentioned above, the political fluctuations of Latin American governments regarding the arbitration of these kinds of disputes has affected and continues to affect the official attitude in respect of such arbitrations that, however, extend, often with a multiplying effect, to the treatment of commercial arbitration at large.
Most recent examples of bilateral arbitration treaties in Latin America are: Treaty for the Peaceful Solution of Disputes between Venezuela and Brazil, 30 March, B.F.S.P., p. and the Treaty of Arbitration between Brazil and Uruguay, 5 September, B.F.S.P., p.
Nowhere in the world has the process of investment treaty arbitration been more volatile or unpredictable than in Latin America. Although the rush of bilateral investment treaties (BITs) entered into by Latin American countries during the s seemed to promise stable guarantees and security for investors, recent years have produced an ever increasing number of arbitrations before.
He has particular expertise in Latin America and energy and mining disputes. Nigel is author of numerous articles and co-author of the following books: Redfern and Hunter on International Arbitration (5th edition), Oxford ; Guide to ICSID Arbitration (2nd edition), Kluwer ; and International Arbitration in Latin America, Kluwer See, e.g., Summers, L.M., ‘ Arbitration and Latin America ’, () 1 California Western International Law Journal 1, at 8, quoting Kalman Silvert: ‘[t]he number of revolutions in Latin America is accentuated by the North American, who tends to forget that there are twenty different republics all having their own troubles, and who.
Clients facing increasingly complex international disputes turn to Latham & Watkins for innovative strategies and seamless service to prepare for arbitration, resolve high-value issues, and advise on enforcement actions.
"As a defender of states, Arnold & Porter has arguably had a longer winning streak at ICSID than any other firm in this book." –Global Arbitration Review "GAR " Shortlist – Awards for International Counsel in Latin America for International Arbitration () The Legal Latin America.
International Arbitration () LawInternational commercial arbitration has undergone fundamental changes in most countries of Latin America in the last decade, especially in the countries of the MERCOSUR and the associated countries. Chambers Latin America and Legal each again ranked White & Case at the top of the field of Latin American arbitration this year.
According to Legal"the ‘excellent' White & Case LLP continued to showcase its leading international arbitration capability" with a "Latin American arbitration team, which, with 70 lawyers, including