Organisation: International Centre for Dispute Resolution

Localising Cross-Border Disputes: The Growing Appeal of Regional Arbitral Centres in Latin America and the Caribbean

Featured in The Guide to International Arbitration in Latin America - Second Edition

When selecting an arbitral centre, it is imperative that parties are aware of the significant departures from practices that may be more familiar to users of international arbitration. Parties can – and should – shape default procedures to fit their particular dispute.

21 November 2023

Key Considerations in Funding International Arbitrations that Involve Latin America

Featured in The Guide to International Arbitration in Latin America - Second Edition

The use of third-party funding has boomed over the past decade, granting access to claimants that could not otherwise afford the high cost of proceedings. Funders can also assist claimants with seeking to monetise existing awards that are likely to involve protracted enforcement efforts.

21 November 2023

Law 489-08: A Deep Dive Into the Dominican Republic’s Arbitration Framework

Featured in The Guide to International Arbitration in Latin America - Second Edition

Law 489-08 sets the foundations for modern arbitral practice in the Dominican Republic, governing both domestic and international proceedings. However, the law has several key differences to the UNCITRAL law upon which it was modelled.

21 November 2023

The Rise of Regional Centres in Latin America

Today, centres in the region are administering significant international cases and have rosters that include leading international arbitrators from outside the region.

15 September 2022

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