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Arbitrations involving Brazilian State Entities still give rise to a fertile field to academic research, so that the present essay intends to examine issues that arise when concretely applying objective arbitrability criteria to assess whether a determined act practiced by a State Entity can or...
The sanitary crisis and the necessity of social isolation impacted directly the arbitration practice, proceedings commenced to be conducted electronically, without the realization of in person acts. In this scenario, doubts and questions concerning the conduct of virtual hearings and the taking...
This article aims to discuss multi-tiered dispute resolution clauses, including setting out some of its main examples and analyzing, more specifically, the med-arb multi-tiered dispute resolution clause, which provides for mediation proceedings before the commencement of the arbitration. Some of...
A common aspect of modern adjudicatory dispute resolution procedures is that a final decision is issued after the production and analysis of evidence. As a consequence, various domestic legal systems developed their own rules regarding the collection and admissibility of evidence, accounting for...
The legal norms that govern the applicable law to disputes submitted to the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) can be considered a system in progress. Although the rule contained in Article 42(1) of the Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes...
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