Investors less likely to triumph in LatAm state disputes

Investors less likely to triumph in LatAm state disputes Carlos Albarracín, Marcelo Etchebarne, Christina Hioureas, Aníbal Sabater and Janet Whittaker

As populist regimes across Latin America recede, private equity investors can expect to see fewer politically led expropriations, but should prepare for a tougher time in investor state disputes, said panellists at Latin Lawyer’s 7th annual private equity conference, held in New York.

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Latin Lawyer 11th Annual Charity Awards Ceremony

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Arap, Nishi & Uyeda Advogados (São Paulo)

Peru

Claudia Lucena, Isabel Lira Miro Quesada, Daniel Corzo Simons and Luis Paz Maury

Miranda & Amado Abogados

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The Guide to Infrastructure and Energy Investment

How to Build Up a Region: Development Banks and Multilateral Financing

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The Role of Project Finance in Developing a Region: Trends and Considerations

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