We are proud to share DLA Piper Mexico’s contribution to Chambers Doing Business In… 2022 guide, with the chapter focused on Mexico written by Antonio Cardenas Arriola, Kate Brown de Vejar, Gabriela AlvarezContinue Reading Doing Business in Mexico • Chambers Guide 2022
DLA Piper received 46 individual lawyer rankings and 68 firm rankings in The Legal 500 Latin America 2022 guide.
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On Monday, June 22, 2020, the Second Circuit affirmed the “honest services wire fraud” convictions of two former officials…
Continue Reading US v. Napout: Second Circuit affirms convictions in FIFA foreign corruption case | Decision underscores risk of investigation and prosecution for foreign commercial bribery under honest services fraud statute
By Marlon M. Meza-Salas, published in the latest volume (N.º 36/2019) of the Spain Arbitration Review – Revista del Club Español del Arbitraje
Abstract: This article deals with the possibility that matters of labor …
Continue Reading Derecho Laboral y Arbitraje Internacional –Comercial y de Inversiones– u otros mecanismos internacionales de solución de disputas: intersección, nexos y relaciones.
Arbitration is alive and growing in Brazil. According to research conducted among Brazil’s six main arbitral institutions, in 2010 there were 128 new arbitration proceedings; then in 2017, this number jumped to more than 275.
Continue Reading Brazilian federal government issues decree regulating arbitration in disputes between Public Administration and transport and logistics sectors
By: Marlon Meza
Originally posted on the Kluwer Arbitration Blog.
The X CAI Costa Rica held by the Costa Rican Chapter of the ICC and its Arbitration Commission, took place in San Jose, Costa Rica …
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On 1 January 2019, new updates to the Note to the Parties and Arbitral Tribunals on the Conduct of the Arbitration under the ICC Rules of Arbitration (the Note) …
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Public-private partnership (PPP) projects in Latin America are on the rise. There is a great need for infrastructure investment across the region, but often, Latin American…
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By Marlon Meza
Abstract: This paper will address the post–award remedies and procedures against ICSID awards, from a simple request of supplementation or error rectification (which the arbitration tribunal can resolve), through interpretation and revision…
Continue Reading Scope of powers of the Arbitration Tribunals or the ad hoc Committees when deciding annulment requests and other post-award remedies and procedures in ICSID dispute settlements
Mexico has been a long-time player in the investment arbitration system. At this writing, Mexico is party to 30 bilateral investment treaties (BITs) in force and is signatory to three other BITs that are not yet in force. It is also party to a number of treaties with investment provisions, of which the best-known example is the North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). (SEE BELOW FOR SPANISH AND FRENCH VERSIONS).
Continue Reading Mexico showcases its commitment to investment protection in general – whether through arbitration or not