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Enforcement of Common and Civil Law Arbitral Awards in Latin America and the Caribbean: The Brazilian and Cayman examples

I. Arbitration Clauses in Insurance Contracts Arbitration provisions under contracts for insurance can often provide for a more expeditious and confidential (although not necessarily cheaper) settlement of disputes than passage through the courts. These provisions can either be mandatory or … Continue reading

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Fiscal Liability – Update on Colombian Law Decree 403 and case law in Spain

In our third and last update on this topic so far, issued in November 2019, we discussed a case handled by Kennedys in which the office of the Comptroller General (CGR) revoked a decision that disregarded how claims made policies … Continue reading

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Questions on insolvency and bankruptcy in Latin America and Spain

Many businesses from different sectors and industries around the world have been affected by the crisis caused by the pandemic. Businesses have been forced to close, and there is a heightened risk of bankruptcy. These businesses have insured its risks … Continue reading

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