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International Arbitration in Latin America

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Kluwer Law International
Commercial law, International arbitration, Legal procedure: arbitration, International, Law, Legal Reference / Law Profession, Latin America, Arbitration, Negotiation, Medi
ContributionsNigel Blackaby (Editor), David Lindsey (Editor), Alessandro Spinillo (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9702119M
ISBN 109041118217
ISBN 139789041118219

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.

International 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 by: 1. He has published widely on the subject of international law in several continents and in different languages.

In he published Latin American Investment Protections with Brill/Nijhoff. Hernando Otero is an international arbitration and mediation attorney acting as counsel of record and as an arbitrator. International commercial arbitration in Mercosur Investor-to-state arbitration under Mercosur State-to-state arbitration under Mercosur Arbitration under the North American Free Trade Agreement Arbitration under bilateral investment treaties in Latin America Mediation: an emerging ADR mechanism in Latin America.

International Arbitration in Latin America is a first of its kind publication that provides the lawyer, arbitrator, and businessperson with a thorough overview of International Arbitration in Latin America book current status of international arbitration in the region.

This work focuses on investment disputes between foreign investors and host states in Latin America that were primarily resolved under the Arbitration Rules of the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) and the ICSID Additional Facility Rules.

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Laurence also has been called as an arbitrator on more t ICC, ICDR and other arbitrations. He has experience serving as co-arbitrator, tribunal chair and sole arbitrator in the following arbitral seats: New York, Connecticut, London, Geneva, Paris, The Hague, Montreal, Cairo, Tel Aviv and Cyprus.

To kick off the 14th edition, Linklaters’ head of Latin America Arbitration Christian Albanesi provides his insight into the region’s international arbitration trends in this guest column for ICC.

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11 Gas Pricing Disputes: Final and Binding Uncertainty 12 Energy Investment Disputes in Latin America: A Historical PerspectiveAuthor: Nigel Blackaby. • From Beijing, Latin American and other international lawyers contribute first-hand experience in China related work and overcome the challenges of having to liaise, coordinate and supervise a transaction in multiple time zones, languages and cultural environments.

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In recent decades, Latin America has seen a massive shift in the way the region views and participates in international arbitration.

Latin America has gone from being an area of the world somewhat unfamiliar with the benefits and processes behind arbitration to being an area with some of the most active advocates and participants.

The International Law on Foreign Investment; The International Law on Foreign Investment. Antisuit Injunctions in International Arbitration () Galeano, E., Open Veins of Latin America: Five Centuries of Pillage of a Continent (originally published in Mexico in )Cited by: Arbitration Law and Practice in Central and Eastern Europe - Second Edition.

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Dechert LLP's practice consists of a 'truly international team with vast experience in international arbitration cases', working both for claimants and respondents. The group is active across the majority of Latin America, and represents various states in significant investment arbitrations, as well as acting for investors in major treaty cases.

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Discover which lawyers and law firms are ranked top for International Arbitration in Latin America-wide. Find out more in the Chambers and Partners Latin America guide. Our International Arbitration group is one of the largest and most experienced in the world, as highlighted in Chambers USA, Chambers Global, Chambers Latin America, The Legal US, The Legal Latin America, The Legal UK, Global Arbitration Review, Latin Lawyerand US News & World Report, among other publications.

We offer clients a practice of exceptional breadth. This leading commentary on international commercial arbitration, now in its sixth edition, is an essential guide for arbitrators, lawyers, and students. Based on the authors' extensive experience as counsel and arbitrators, it provides an updated explanation of all elements of the law and practice of g: Latin America.

The Arbitration Review of the Americas provides an unparalleled annual update – written by the experts – on key developments. It is their wealth of experience and knowledge – enabling them not only to explain law and policy, but also to put theory into context – which makes the report of particular value to those conducting international business in the Americas today.

Across 17 chapters, and spanning pages, The Arbitration Review of the Americas provides an invaluable retrospective from 35 leading figures. Together, our contributors capture and interpret the most substantial recent international arbitration events of the year just gone, supported by footnotes and relevant statistics.

The "fantastic" Doak Bishop is one of the foremost figures in the international arbitration field and has an incredible amount of experience acting on headline Latin American commercial and investment treaty arbitration cases. Clients laud him as "one of the leading practitioners in the field worldwide," adding: "Not only does he have an outstanding command of the law, but he is also creative.

Following is a list of books and articles written by the Director of the Center on International Commercial Arbitration.

For more information on these publications, email [email protected] Horacio Grigera Naón, Cultural Differences from the Perspective of the ICC Arbitration System, in Dispute Resolution Conference Papers (IFCAI ).

International Arbitration and Litigation 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.

The editors of Recognition and Enforcement of International Commercial Arbitral Awards in Latin America: Law, Practice and Leading Cases present a country-by-country review of the law, arbitral practice and leading cases on the recognition and enforcement of international commercial arbitral awards in the region.

In a global economy where arbitration has become standard for dispute. Market-leading rankings and editorial commentary - see the top law firms & lawyers for International arbitration in Latin America: International firms. Arbitration in Latin American countries.

Although Latin American countries were late arrivals in the arbitration arena, developments in both domestic and international practice during the past two decades has been extensive in both investment and commercial arbitration. Nowhere in the world has the process of investment treaty arbitration been more volatile or unpredictable than in Latin America.

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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.

Latin American arbitration: the story behind the headlines - Scott Appleton Wednesday 31 March While there has been increasing adoption of arbitration principles in Latin America, some countries remain sceptical.10 Breaches of State Contracts in the Interpretation and Application of International Investment Law in the Arbitration Case Law Involving Latin American Countries/Incumplimiento de contratos estatales en la interpretación y aplicación del derecho internacional de inversiones en .Expected Spring !

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