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US Supreme Court To Consider Degree of Deference Courts Should Give Foreign Countries' Interpretation of Their Laws

USA, Russia, China, Global - January 25 2018 On January 12, 2018, the United States Supreme Court granted certiorari in Animal Science Products v. Hebei Welcome Pharmaceutical Co. (In re Vitamin...

Shepard Goldfein, Maura Barry Grinalds.

Growing Acceptance of Arbitration in International Commercial Financial Transactions

USA, Global - January 23 2018 Financial institutions have historically been skeptical about arbitration in the commercial context. As a result, the documentation used in commercial...

Lea Haber Kuck, Timothy G. Nelson.

‘Home Country’ Arbitration Clause More Trouble Than It’s Worth?

USA, Global - January 23 2018 Courts in many countries, including the U.S., generally enforce contracts with clauses specifying international arbitration as the preferred avenue...

Lea Haber Kuck, Timothy G. Nelson.

Mexico Signs ICSID Convention

USA, Mexico, Global - January 16 2018 On January 11, 2018, Mexico became the 162nd country to sign the 1965 Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes between States and Nationals...

Timothy G. Nelson, Jennifer Permesly.

Latin America Dispute Resolution Update - The Latest Developments in Cross-Border Disputes Involving the US and Latin America

USA, Mexico, Peru, Venezuela, Canada, Cuba, Global - December 18 2017 The United States, Mexico and Canada have now completed the fifth round of negotiations concerning the renegotiation of NAFTA, and the future of the...

Marco E. Schnabl, Lea Haber Kuck, Timothy G. Nelson, Gregory A. Litt, Jennifer Permesly, Betsy A. Hellmann, John L. Gardiner.