Tag Archives: international arbitration and Latin America

International Arbitration in the Americas: An Agent of Change?

It’s practically common knowledge that litigating in Latin American jurisdictions can be a tedious, never-ending process that would render the ‘juice’ not worth the squeeze. Doing business in Latin America, therefore, has always come with a  catch – the necessity for an arbitration clause that specifically delineates the procedure for how a dispute should be … Continue Reading

ICCA Congress Cements Miami as Arbitration Hub

Every two years the top international arbitration professionals and legal scholars from around the globe gather at the International Council for Commercial Arbitration’s Congress, or “ICCA Congress,” as it is commonly known, to discuss the latest topics and trends in the field. For the first time since the 1980s, the ICCA Congress returned to the … Continue Reading

Florida Supreme Court Says Statute of Limitations Applies in Arbitration

In a recent article in the Daily Business Review, we discuss the Florida Supreme Court decision that puts to rest the question of whether Florida’s Statute of Limitations applies to arbitrations. Reversing previous opinions of the Second District Court of Appeal and the Circuit Court, Raymond James Financial Services v. Phillips impacts parties to Florida … Continue Reading
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