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ABSTRACT: The paper presents the new EU directive with highlights on the more important issues and some comments on its downside. The objective of the directive is to promote better access to justice within the EU, which includes promoting access to other dispute resolution process and not just...
ABSTRACT: The Panama Convention, also known as the 1975 Inter-American Convention on International Commercial Arbitration, is the oft-forgotten progeny of the 1958 New York Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards. Spanning two continents, it commits 17 states...
RESUMEN: En los últimos años, sectores importantes de la doctrina han denunciado el surgimiento de una peligrosa cultura constitucionalista del arbitraje que, bajo el argumento de la constitucionalización del arbitraje, pretende incorporar este método de resolución alternativa de conflictos...
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