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ABSTRACT: The present legal opinion is about an arbitration procedure between a Brazilian and a German company that signed an offtake agreement and subsequently an agreement that turned official the avoidance of the contract and other provisions agreed between the parties, having both these...
ABSTRACT: The law of companies integrates a business law model (Miguel Reale) that is characterized by the constant renewal in front of the facts of the economic reality. Issues related to the protection of the environment, to the law of petroleum, to the law of insurances and sports events that...
ABSTRACT: By a decision dated 28 April 2009, the Court of Appeal in Amsterdam granted enforcement of four arbitral awards annulled by the Russian courts under the New York Convention of 1958. The Dutch Supreme Court declared the recourse against the Court of Appeal decision inadmissible. The...
ABSTRACT: On May 2, 2007, the ICSID received a written notice of denunciation of the Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes between States and Nationals of Other States (the ICSID Convention) from the Republic of Bolivia. One year later, on July 6, 2009, the ICSID received another...
ABSTRACT: With the reform of the current arbitration act, Spain tries to unify the criteria of the case law in all kind of questions related to arbitration, concentrating the competence in the High Courts of the Autonomous Regions, remaining the first instance courts the only competent for the...
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