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Real estate planning and environmental considerations in Chile
  • Barros & Errázuriz Abogados
  • Chile, Global
  • December 13 2017

A structured guide to real estate planning, government expropriation and environmental considerations in Chile

Latin America: property, construction and energy losses
  • Kennedys Law LLP
  • Mexico, Peru, Brazil, Chile, Colombia
  • February 3 2016

Latin America continues on a path of sustained growth and infrastructure investment, supported by international insurers and reinsurers. However

Radical adverse change in circumstance: can a contractor obtain compensation when a construction contract contains no price escalation clause?
  • White & Case LLP
  • Middle East, Switzerland, Chile, France, Germany
  • January 30 2008

Faced with a drastic increase in the cost of commodities for example, of steel or oil that undermines the economic assumptions of a construction contract, lawyers trained in the common law may believe that, if the contract has no price-escalation clause, the only relief from the contract available is termination on the grounds of frustration, impossibility, or impracticability.

Andrew J. Tobin
  • Cozen O'Connor