Even when parties in international negotiations agree on using a common language particular word may mean different things to different people. Giacomo Paro and Jessica Scott Banfield draw on their experience in Brazilian law to crack this ARD dilemma.Read More
When discussing the culture of negotiation in Chile, we must first understand that this is a diffuse and somewhat incomplete area of our legal system. The parties to a contract or transaction may find themselves having to exchange a great deal of information or go through several procedures to reach a legal and binding agreement. […]Read More
As governments take slow and tentative steps in and out of lockdown with a vaccine on the horizon, the question on everyone’s lips is: what next? For months the press has been full of ideas on the new economy and an opportunity not to be wasted after Covid. What opportunities will there be for dispute […]Read More
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