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Chile's Proposed Constitutional Changes to Natural Resources Rights Could Have Devastating Effects on Foreign Investors: How Can International Law Protect Them?

Chile - August 9 2022 Chile is currently considering a new Constitution—due to be put to a referendum in September—and foreign investors should be aware of its potential…

Michelle Bradfield, James Egerton-Vernon, Mercedes Fernandez, Marcello Hallake, Ricardo H. Puente

Legislative Setback to Electrical Reform in Mexico. New Target: Lithium

Mexico - May 23 2022 In 2021, Mexican President Lopez Obrador proposed a Reform Initiative to transform the electricity sector in Mexico by transferring control of the…

James Egerton-Vernon, José A. Estandía, Melissa Stear Gorsline, Fahad A. Habib, Luis Riesgo

Miami International Commercial Arbitration Court: Another Reason Why Miami Is Becoming the Preferred Seat for Latin American Arbitrations

USA - March 23 2016 Miami rapidly is becoming the preferred venue for international commercial arbitrations involving Latin American parties. This is so not only because…

Carlos F. Concepción, Thomas E. Lynch, Ricardo H. Puente, Johanna Oliver Rousseaux, Cristina Pérez Soto

International remedies for foreign investors in Croatia and Poland: mortgage and consumer loan conversion legislation

Croatia, Poland - October 27 2015 As a result of new mortgage and consumer loan conversion legislation in Croatia and Poland, foreign investors in the financial sectors of those…

Sylvia Tonova

International remedies for foreign investors in Bulgaria’s renewable energy sector

Bulgaria - September 11 2015 Foreign investors who have suffered losses in the renewable energy sectors in Bulgaria may be entitled to compensation under Bulgaria’s numerous…

Sylvia Tonova