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Foreign investors harmed by trade measures may find relief by bringing investment arbitration claims

A recent investor-state arbitration decision under the investment chapter of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA Chapter 11), Vento v. Mexico, demonstrates that foreign investors ...

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The USMCA enters into force: a glimpse into its investment chapter

On July 1, 2020, the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) entered into force, and replaced the North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).

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How Peru embraced transparency in arbitration

On Jan. 24, Peru issued Emergency Decree 020-2020, amending the Peruvian lex arbitri, Legislative Decree 1071, regarding arbitrations where the state is a party. The Peruvian lex arbitri...

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The U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement: the new gold standard to enforce investment treaty protection? Columbia FDI Perspectives No. 269

In the current investment arbitration crisis, the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) presents a unique solution. Governments concerned with regulatory chill should adopt the...

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Brazil Allows Arbitration in Public Contracts in the Port, Road, Rail, Waterway, and Airport Sectors Kluwer Arbitration Blog

One effective way to manage risk allocation and especially political risk in state contracts consists of delegating dispute resolution and contract interpretation to arbitrators. With the...

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International Arbitration: 2019 (Mexico chapter) Global Legal Group

Luis Enrique Graham and Orlando F. Cabrera C. contributed to the Mexico chapter of the International Arbitration: 2019 guide published by Global Legal Group.Read More: International...

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Young ICCA announces new office holders Young ICCA

Orlando Cabrera is mentioned in the Young ICCA article "Young ICCA announces new office holders".

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The New Argentinian Law on International Commercial Arbitration CIArb News

On 26 July 2018, Argentina published in its Boletín Oficial (Official Gazette), law 27.449 on international commercial arbitration (Argentinian Law). This new law adopts the UNCITRAL ...

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Mexico Joins ICSID: A Coherent and Consistent History Underpinning The Rule of Law But Not Investment World Arbitration and Mediation Review

On August 26, 2018, the ICSID Convention entered into force in Mexico. In 1994, as part of chapter 11 of the North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), Mexico agreed to solve disputes...

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