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7 Oct 2015
by Leonardo de Campos Melo

Has Brazil Fully Embraced the Provisions of the New York Convention of 1958? Is it an Arbitration-Friendly Jurisdiction?

Ferro, Castro Neves, Daltro & Gomide (FCDG) Ferro, Castro Neves, Daltro & Gomide (FCDG) In 1996, when the Brazilian Arbitration Act (“BAA”) came into force, the New York Convention (“NYC”) was still facing considerable resistance from the Brazilian Executive and Legislative branches. At that time, there were …
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1 Oct 2015
by Geoff Sharp

Court Involvement in Mediation

Sharp Commercial Mediation Sharp Commercial Mediation Many jurisdictions have grappled with the extent to which their courts should get themselves involved in the mediation of litigated cases. Many different approaches have found favour around the globe, with diverse programs being implemented in courts from …

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