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The Future of Telecommunications Service in Latin America: What are the Challenges? What are some Proposed Solutions? Prominent Telecommunications Attorney, Eduardo Guzman, Explains.

USA - August 8 2018 Earlier this year Squire Patton Boggs hosted the International Institute of Communications’ (IIC) Telecommunications and Media Forum (TMF), which took…

Eduardo R. Guzmán

Polarized Colombia Elects a New President

Colombia - June 22 2018 Like the United States, Colombia has similarly become very polarized over the past few years. Simply put, this dichotomy involves (1) those who…

Stacy A. Swanson

Costa Rica Elections: Populism vs. Establishment

Costa Rica - February 9 2018 There were 13 candidates in the running for the presidency in Costa Rica until last Sunday, when Costa Ricans narrowed the pool two candidates. Among…

Jan Kubicz, Stacy A. Swanson

The ICC’s Expedited Procedure- How can Latin America Benefit?

Global - January 23 2018 The ICC’s Expedited Procedure found under Article 30 and Appendix VI of the ICC Rules of Arbitration generally applies to arbitration agreements…

José Feris

The ICC’s New Brazil Office and The Success of the ICC Miami Conference: A Sign of Things to Come for ICC Arbitration in Latin America?

Central & South America - November 20 2017 There is no doubt that Latin America has generally seen a rise in the use of arbitration in the last decade. Continuing with that trend, in 2016 the…

José Feris