TDM 2 (2016) - Latin America (Vol. 1)

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19 July 2016, Oil

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Prepared by guest editors Dr. Ignacio Torterola and Quinn Smith this special addresses the various challenges and changes at work in dispute resolution in Latin America. Perhaps as a sign of the diverse interests in the region, this is only the first volume - a second volume that continues many of the themes in this special from different angles and perspectives is also nearing completion.



You can view the table of contents of the TDM Latin America special here:

www.transnational-dispute-management.com/journal-browse-issues-toc.asp?key=66


Table of Contents - Volume 13, issue #02, published June 2016



EDITORIAL



  • TDM Latin America Special - Introduction

    by I. Torterola, GST LLP

    Q. Smith, GST LLP






LATIN AMERICA



  • Two Solutions for One Problem: Latin America's Reactions to Concerns over Investor-State Arbitration

    by A. López Ortiz, Mayer Brown

    J.J. Caicedo, Mayer Brown

    W. Ahern, Mayer Brown




  • Towards a Resolution of Outstanding Nationalization Claims Against Cuba

    by M. Marigo, Freshfields US LLP

    L. Friedman, Freshfields US LLP




  • Comparative Commentary to Brazil's Cooperation and Investment Facilitation Agreements (CIFAs) with Mozambique, Angola, Mexico, and Malawi

    by N. Bernasconi-Osterwalder, International Institute on Sustainable Development (IISD)

    M.D. Brauch, International Institute on Sustainable Development (IISD)




  • International Investment Law and the Protection of Foreign Investment in Brazil

    by C. Titi, French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) and CREDIMI, University of Burgundy




  • Recognition of Foreign Judgments and Awards in Brazil

    by C.A. Pereira, Justen, Pereira, Oliveira & Talamini




  • What to Expect from the Arbitration Center of the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR)?

    by J.I. Hernández G., Universidad Central de Venezuela, Universidad Católica Andrés Bello




  • The Court of Justice of the Andean Community: A New Forum for the Settlement of Foreign Investment Disputes?

    by E. Anaya Vera, Pontifical Catholic University of Peru

    R. Polanco Lazo, World Trade Institute




  • Commercial Mediation in the Americas

    by H. Otero, American University Washington College of Law

    A.L. Torres, American University Washington College of Law




  • Los Dilemas De La Mediación. Efectivos Referentes Para Su Enseñanza En El Contexto Latinoamericano

    by A. Castanedo Abay, Universidad de la Habana




  • Bestiary of Mexican State Contracts: Treatise on Various Real and Mythical Kinds of Arbitration

    by O.F. Cabrera Colorado, Ibáñez Parkman

    A. Orta González Sicilia, Caraza y Morayta




  • El Recuento de los Daños: Compensación, Intereses y Costas del Arbitraje Inversionista-Estado del TLCAN. La Experiencia Mexicana

    by J. Moreno González, Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas, A.C. (CIDE)

    J.P. Hugues Arthur, Ministry of Finance and Public Credit, Mexico




  • La negociación de la tierra en La Habana - El problema de la disputa de las rentas de los recursos naturales en el siglo XXI

    by C.G. Álvarez Higuita, Profesor Honorario, Universidad Nacional




  • Analysis of the New Argentine Arbitration Regulation: Much Ado about (Nearly) Nothing

    by D.L. Alonso Massa, Attorney




  • Compensation for Losses to New or Unfinished Business: A New Paradigm in the Making? A Case Comment on Gold Reserve v. Venezuela

    by L. Hoder, Kocian Solc Balastik




  • Dual Nationality in Investment Arbitration: The Case of Venezuela

    by J.E. Anzola, International Arbitrator




  • FCPA, UKBA, and International Arbitration: Dealing with Corruption in Latin America

    by R. Pereira Fleury, Shearman & Sterling LLP

    Q. Wang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong




  • Currency Exchange Controls and Transfer Protections in BITs

    by R. Ampudia, International Litigation Counsel

    M.I. Pradilla Picas, Jones Day



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