Mondaq Latin America: Litigation, Mediation & Arbitration > Sovereign Immunity: Public Sector Government
Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton
"We are in the soup" exclaimed, federal judge Thomas Griesa, referring to Argentina allegedly defaulting on its sovereign bonds. And so we are.
Negri & Teijeiro Abogados
On April 16, 2004 a federal judge in the small, provincial town of San Rafael, Mendoza, loosed his sling and let fly a stone against the designs of two corporate giants.
Butterfield, Reimer & Associates
Butterfield, Reimer & Associates
Butterfield, Reimer & Associates
Demarest
Brazil is a key player in the multilateral trade negotiations and disputes.
Walter Stuber Consultoria Jurídica
Under the terms of Resolution nº 3266, of March 4, 2005, which makes provisions on the receipt of amounts relating to exports, the Brazilian Monetary Council simplified the exchange rules and procedures governing exporting of goods and services.
Walter Stuber Consultoria Jurídica
Walter Stuber Consultoria Jurídica
Walter Stuber Consultoria Jurídica
Walter Stuber Consultoria Jurídica
Sanchez Devanny
The long awaited Mexico-Japan EAA, finally came into effect today, April 1, 2005.
Sanchez Devanny
On January 26, the Presidency issued a Decree which establishes certain tax incentives for the repatriation of capital (tax amnesty) and certain tax compliance alternatives (tax anonymity) for individuals with foreign source income. This was done to promote the repatriation of productive capital and increase the security of taxpayers derived from their individual tax compliance obligation.
Sanchez Devanny
The last ten years have been maturing years for Mexico and its democracy. We have gone from a state controlled single party presidential system to a true democracy, in which a rebellious Congress seeks to take power away from a traditionally overpowering yet currently naïve Presidency, while both are being frequently subject to the review of a maturing Supreme Court.
International Management & Trust Corp (Intertrust)
BakerHostetler
An UNCITRAL arbitration that we have been following here is heating up between Gramercy Funds Management LLC (Gramercy) and the Republic of Peru.
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
In Venezuela Holdings et al v Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela an ad hoc Committee for the World Bank's International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes nullified part of an arbitration award . . .
Latham & Watkins
President Hugo Chávez yesterday announced his policy for his third term in office. He heralded a "new era" in the transformation of Venezuela to socialism: the "Simón Bolívar national project 2007-2021." The project contemplates the nationalization of strategic industry sectors, such as telecommunications and electricity, through special powers to be sought from the Legislature.
Deloitte LLP
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