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International Commercial Arbitration in Latin America
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International commercial arbitration has undergone fundamental changes in most countries of Latin America in the last decade, especially in the countries of the MERCOSUR and the associated countries. This manual provides practitioners and scholars alike with quick access to and in-depth analysis of the laws of Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile (including the new law on international commercial arbitration of September 2004), Paraguay, and Uruguay, as well as of the relevant international treaties, such as the MERCOSUR-Agreements of 1998.
The book follows the structure of the UNCITRAL-Model Law, which guarantees easy access to the sometimes complicated national laws. The direct topical comparative analysis provides for a deeper insight than mere country reports. Interviews with nearly 100 judges, lawyers, and scholars assure that the practical reality is well reflected in the analysis. A bilingual annex contains the English translations of all relevant legislation.
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"The book by Dr. Keinheisterkamp is not just one more on a trendy subject. It is a major contribution to the systematic analysis of the regulation of arbitration in the Southern Cone of South America....a fundamental reference for everyone practicing in or interested in arbitration in Latin America."--Fernando Mantilla-Serrano, Shearman & Sterling "An excellent reference for practitioners and scholars already familiar with the economic and political situation in Laitn America. All in all, it is a welcome addition to the literature of international arbitration." --Dispute Resolution Journal"Time and again, the comprehensiveness of the material considered and the high density of the analysis are striking, both signs of the depth of the research. The book should become a standard work in its field, providing access to Latin American arbitration for many outsiders." --Dr. Jurgen Basedow, Director of the Max-Planck-Institute of Foreign Private International Law, Hamburg"Jan Kleinheisterkamp's comprehensive book is both timely and extremely useful, especially for the practitioner... [it] tackles the complexity of a subject historically viewed in the region with skepticism and even hostility... [and] the author has included a carefully organized set of useful annexes containing most of the statutes and treaties that a practitioner should have at hand when dealing with arbitration issues in the various MERCOSUR member countries."-- Emilio J. Cardenas American Journal of Comparative Law"The book by Dr. Keinheisterkamp is not just one more on a trendy subject. It is a major contribution to the systematic analysis of the regulation of arbitration in the Southern Cone of South America....a fundamental reference for everyone practicing in or interested in arbitration in Latin America."--Fernanado Mantilla-Serrano, Shearman & Sterling"An excellent reference for practitioners and scholars already familiar with the economic and political situation in Laitn America. All in all, it is a welcome addition to the literature of international arbitration." --Dispute Resolution Journal"Time and again, the comprehensiveness of the material considered and the high density of the analysis are striking, both signs of the depth of the research. The book should become a standard work in its field, providing access to Latin American arbitration for many outsiders." --Dr. Jurgen Basedow, Director of the Max-Planck-Institute of Foreign Private and Private International Law, Hamburg, DEU"Jan Kleinheisterkamp's comprehensive book is both timely and extremely useful, especially for the practitioner... [it] tackles the complexity of a subject historically viewed in the region with skepticism and even hostility... [and] the author has included a carefully organized set of useful annexes containing most of the statutes and treaties that a practitioner should have at hand when dealing with arbitration issues in the various MERCOSUR member countries."-- Emilio J. Cardenas American Journal of Comparative Law"This book is a must have for any practitioner involved in arbitration in Latin America." --ASA Bulletin "The book by Dr. Keinheisterkamp is not just one more on a trendy subject. It is a major contribution to the systematic analysis of the regulation of arbitration in the Southern Cone of South America....a fundamental reference for everyone practicing in or interested in arbitration in Latin America."--Fernando Mantilla-Serrano, Shearman & Sterling "An excellent reference for practitioners and scholars already familiar with the economic and political situation in Laitn America. All in all, it is a welcome addition to the literature of international arbitration." --Dispute Resolution Journal"Time and again, the comprehensiveness of the material considered and the high density of the analysis are striking, both signs of the depth of the research. The book should become a standard work in its field, providing access to Latin American arbitration for many outsiders." --Dr. Jurgen Basedow, Director of the Max-Planck-Institute of Foreign Private International Law, Hamburg"Jan Kleinheisterkamp's comprehensive book is both timely and extremely useful, especially for the practitioner... [it] tackles the complexity of a subject historically viewed in the region with skepticism and even hostility... [and] the author has included a carefully organized set of useful annexes containing most of the statutes and treaties that a practitioner should have at hand when dealing with arbitration issues in the various MERCOSUR member countries."-- Emilio J. Cardenas American Journal of Comparative Law"The book by Dr. Keinheisterkamp is not just one more on a trendy subject. It is a major contribution to the systematic analysis of the regulation of arbitration in the Southern Cone of South America....a fundamental reference for everyone practicing in or interested in arbitration in Latin America."--Fernanado Mantilla-Serrano, Shearman & Sterling"An excellent reference for practitioners and scholars already familiar with the economic and political situation in Laitn America. All in all, it is a welcome addition to the literature of international arbitration." --Dispute Resolution Journal"Time and again, the comprehensiveness of the material considered and the high density of the analysis are striking, both signs of the depth of the research. The book should become a standard work in its field, providing access to Latin American arbitration for many outsiders." --Dr. Jurgen Basedow, Director of the Max-Planck-Institute of Foreign Private and Private International Law, Hamburg, DEU"Jan Kleinheisterkamp's comprehensive book is both timely and extremely useful, especially for the practitioner... [it] tackles the complexity of a subject historically viewed in the region with skepticism and even hostility... [and] the author has included a carefully organized set of useful annexes containing most of the statutes and treaties that a practitioner should have at hand when dealing with arbitration issues in the various MERCOSUR member countries."-- Emilio J. Cardenas American Journal of Comparative Law"This book is a must have for any practitioner involved in arbitration in Latin America." --ASA Bulletin" "The book by Dr. Keinheisterkamp is not just one more on a trendy subject. It is a major contribution to the systematic analysis of the regulation of arbitration in the Southern Cone of South America....a fundamental reference for everyone practicing in or interested in arbitration in Latin America." --Fernando Mantilla-Serrano, Shearman & Sterling "An excellent reference for practitioners and scholars already familiar with the economic and political situation in Laitn America. All in all, it is a welcome addition to the literature of international arbitration." --Dispute Resolution Journal "Time and again, the comprehensiveness of the material considered and the high density of the analysis are striking, both signs of the depth of the research. The book should become a standard work in its field, providing access to Latin American arbitration for many outsiders." --Dr. Jurgen Basedow, Director of the Max-Planck-Institute of Foreign Private International Law, Hamburg "Jan Kleinheisterkamp's comprehensive book is both timely and extremely useful, especially for the practitioner... [it] tackles the complexity of a subject historically viewed in the region with skepticism and even hostility... [and] the author has included a carefully organized set of useful annexes containing most of the statutes and treaties that a practitioner should have at hand when dealing with arbitration issues in the various MERCOSUR member countries."-- Emilio J. Cardenas American Journal of Comparative Law "The book by Dr. Keinheisterkamp is not just one more on a trendy subject. It is a major contribution to the systematic analysis of the regulation of arbitration in the Southern Cone of South America....a fundamental reference for everyone practicing in or interested in arbitration in LatinAmerica."--Fernando Mantilla-Serrano, Shearman & Sterling "An excellent reference for practitioners and scholars already familiar with the economic and political situation in Laitn America. All in all, it is a welcome addition to the literature of international arbitration." --Dispute Resolution Journal"Time and again, the comprehensiveness of the material considered and the high density of the analysis are striking, both signs of the depth of the research. The book should become a standard work in its field, providing access to Latin American arbitration for many outsiders." --Dr. Jurgen Basedow, Director of the Max-Planck-Institute of Foreign Private International Law, Hamburg"Jan Kleinheisterkamp's comprehensive book is both timely and extremely useful, especially for the practitioner... [it] tackles the complexity of a subject historically viewed in the region with skepticism and even hostility... [and] the author has included a carefully organized set of usefulannexes containing most of the statutes and treaties that a practitioner should have at hand when dealing with arbitration issues in the various MERCOSUR member countries."-- Emilio J. Cardenas American Journal of Comparative Law "The book by Dr. Keinheisterkamp is not just one more on a trendy subject. It is a major contribution to the systematic analysis of the regulation of arbitration in the Southern Cone of South America....a fundamental reference for everyone practicing in or interested in arbitration in Latin America." --Fernando Mantilla-Serrano, Shearman & Sterling "An excellent reference for practitioners and scholars already familiar with the economic and political situation in Laitn America. All in all, it is a welcome addition to the literature of international arbitration." --Dispute Resolution Journal "Time and again, the comprehensiveness of the material considered and the high density of the analysis are striking, both signs of the depth of the research. The book should become a standard work in its field, providing access to Latin American arbitration for many outsiders." --Dr. Jurgen Basedow, Director of the Max-Planck-Institute of Foreign Private International Law, Hamburg "An excellent reference for practitioners and scholars already familiar with the economic and political situation in Laitn America. All in all, it is a welcome addition to the literature of international arbitration." --Dispute Resolution Journal "Time and again, the comprehensiveness of the material considered and the high density of the analysis are striking, both signs of the depth of the research. The book should become a standard work in its field, providing access to Latin American arbitration for many outsiders." Dr. Jurgen Basedow, Director of the Max-Planck-Institute of Foreign Private and Private International Law, Hamburg, DEU

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