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Lo que Cuba quiere de los inversores

Los inversores estadounidenses han conseguido llegar a Cuba. A comienzos de Febrero, el Departamento del Tesoro de EE. UU. aprobó la primera inversión estadounidense de importancia en Cuba desde 1959: la fábrica de tractores...more

What Cuba Wants From Investors

American investors have made their way into Cuba. Just this week, the U.S. Treasury Department has approved the first significant U.S. business investment in Cuba since 1959: the Oggun tractor factory. This plant represents a...more

Industria de Telecomunicaciones de Cuba y la Playa de la Silicona de Miami

Los lazos sociales y familiares que Miami tiene con América Latina son muy conocidos. Lo que puede ser menos obvio son sus conexiones de red. Miami es una de las cinco principales ciudades más conectadas del mundo. La...more

Cuba’s telecommunications industry and Miami’s expanding Silicon Beach

The social and familial ties Miami has to Latin America are well known. What may be less obvious are its network connections. Miami is ranked as one of the top-five most connected cities in the world. Miami’s growing...more

ICCA Congress Cements Miami As Arbitration Hub

Every two years the top international arbitration professionals and legal scholars from around the globe gather at the International Council for Commercial Arbitration’s Congress, or “ICCA Congress,” as it is commonly known,...more

Editorial: A New Destination For International Arbitration

Every two years the top international arbitration professionals and legal scholars from around the globe gather at the International Council for Commercial Arbitration's Congress, or "ICCA Congress," as it is commonly known,...more

Miami Now Go-To Destination For International Arbitration: Part 2 Of 2

Recently we reported on the creation of an international arbitration court in Miami, and the myriad benefits that it will bring to the local judicial system as well as the many corporations that conduct business in Miami. In...more

Miami Now Go-To Destination For International Arbitration: Part 1 Of 2

Miami: crossroads of the Americas and, increasingly, Europe and Asia, host city for the 2014 International Council for Commercial Arbitration Congress, site of the Latin American headquarters for countless multinationals and...more

Editorial: Florida's Arbitration Code Comes Of Age

After nearly 50 years, the Florida Legislature in 2013 revised Florida's antiquated Arbitration Code by adopting most of the provisions of the 2000 revision of the Uniform Arbitration Act. The new law, now renamed the...more

Editorial: Miami Now Go-To Destination For International Arbitration

Miami: crossroads of the Americas and, increasingly, Europe and Asia, host city for the 2014 International Council for Commercial Arbitration Congress, site of the Latin American headquarters for countless multinationals and...more

AAA’s Optional Appellate Review: Good Or Bad For Arbitrations?

In the past, resolving contract disputes between sophisticated parties meant spending years litigating in the court system, including having to go through extensive discovery, motion practice, and trial, and then an appeal. ...more

12/9/2013  /  Appellate Rules , Arbitration

Editorial: High Court Ruling Keeps Miami On Arbitration Map

Every practitioner knows that arbitration is a creature of contract, allowing parties to negotiate a framework for private dispute resolution long before any controversies arise. Origianlly Published in Daily Business...more

South Florida, Prime Destination for Litigants Seeking Evidence in Foreign Proceedings

Foreign civil lawsuits, private arbitrations using § 1782 to facilitate discovery - Let’s say you have a client who is a party to an arbitration proceeding pending in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In your investigation of the...more

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