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Chile’s new Constitution: where is Chile now, and where is it heading?

Chile - July 4 2022 As discussed in our last Latin America Note on Chile, for many, the constitutional re-write process and the election of Gabriel Boric as President…

Amal Bouchenaki, Christian Leathley, Derek Lee, Florencia Villaggi

Mexico energy alert: reform of Mexico’s electric power industry

Mexico - April 15 2022 On February 1, 2021, Mexican President Andrés Manuel Lopez Obrador submitted an initiative to amend the Electric Power Industry Law to Congress. The…

Amal Bouchenaki, Christian Leathley, Daniela Paez, Florencia Villaggi, Emily Westphalen

Inside arbitration- Perspectives on cross-border disputes

Global - February 23 2022 2022 opened with continued uncertainty in the global fight against the Covid-19 pandemic. The closure of Borders and various levels of lockdowns…

Louise Barber, Simon Chapman, Chiara Cilento, Elizabeth Kantor, Christian Leathley, Sophia Li, Arushie Marwah, Charlie Morgan, Paula Hodges QC, Gitta Satryani, Debby Sulaiman, May Tai, Helen Tang, Craig Tevendale, Weina Ye, Briana Young

Inside Arbitration: Investor-State Dispute Resolution Series Part I: A close look at the concerns arising out of Investor-State Dispute Settlement

Global - February 22 2022 Investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) has historically been seen as a way of promoting foreign investment flows, depoliticizing disputes between…

Chiara Cilento, Christian Leathley

Chile’s next political chapter: new constitution on the way, and new president

Chile - December 22 2021 On December 19, 2021, Gabriel Boric was elected the new President of Chile. This is a significant development for the country, and its potential…

Christian Leathley, Daniela Paez