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Reed Smith LLP | Central & South America, Global, Russia, etc. | 9 Mar 2022

Will Potential LatAm Sanctions to Russia or Russian Entities Affect Your International Arbitration?

In response to the dilemma in Ukraine, several countries in Latin America have denounced Russia’s invasion of Ukraine including Argentina, Chile…
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Wolters Kluwer Asia-Pacific | Central & South America | 30 Jan 2022

The New CAMP Arbitration Rules: Keeping Up with Current Innovations And Trends

On November 12, 2021, the new Arbitration Rules (the “2021 Rules”) of Paraguayan Arbitration and Mediation Center (“CAMP” for its acronym in Spanish)…
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Arias | Central & South America | 28 Jan 2022

Valor probatorio de los documentos suscritos mediante firma electrnica

La pandemia de COVID 19 vino a acelerar muchos de los cambios que ya se estaban implementando a nivel mundial, especialmente los relacionados a la…
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DAC Beachcroft | Central & South America | 24 Jan 2022

Is a disaster knocking on the door?: The earthquake alert in Lima and the New Regulations for the Constitution of the Catastrophic Risk Reserve

A few days ago, Eng. Raúl Delgado Sayan (a well-regarded professor of the National University of Engineering - UNI), made a comment that went viral…
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DAC Beachcroft | Central & South America, Chile | 24 Jan 2022

Insurance related with climate change in Chile

In 2018 the IAIS already spoke of three types of risks associated with climate change that could affect insurers, involving strategic, operational…
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DAC Beachcroft | Brazil, Central & South America | 24 Jan 2022

New regulatory rules on insurance distribution in Brazil

In line with Superintendence of Private Insurance’s (SUSEP) goals to simplify and consolidate the insurance regulation in Brazil, new rules…
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DAC Beachcroft | Central & South America, Colombia | 24 Jan 2022

The mandatory ten-year insurance comes into force in Colombia

Since January 1, 2022, the mandatory ten-year insurance for new housing projects in Colombia has been in place. It had originally been planned that…
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DAC Beachcroft | Central & South America | 24 Jan 2022

In front of which authorities will the Federal Electricity Commission settle the Liability for damages caused to individuals?

In June 2021, the Supreme Court resolved a contradiction of thesis, in which it determined that any harm caused to an individual (material, personal…
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DAC Beachcroft | Central & South America, Peru | 29 Sep 2021

A window of opportunity for insurance?: The regulatory sandbox has been approved in Peru

Following the current foreign regulatory trend (England, Singapore and more recently in Latam, Mexico, Brazil and Colombia) favourable to regulatory…
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DAC Beachcroft | Central & South America | 29 Sep 2021

Can hospitals be held civilly liable for damage caused by doctors?

The responsibility of the health professional is direct, because it is this one who, derived from the care provided to a patient, can cause damage…
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