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The Arbitration Review of the Americas 2022 covers Argentina, Bolivia, Canada, Ecuador, Mexico, Panama, Peru and the United States; and has eleven overviews, including two on arbitrability (one focused on Brazil in the context of allegations of corruption, the other on the relationship with competence-competence across the region). There’s also a lucid guide to the interpretation of “concurrent delay” around the region, using five scenarios.
Other nuggets include:
• helpful statistics from Brazil’s CAM-CCBC, showing just how often public entities form one side of an arbitration;
• an exegesis on the questions that US courts must still grapple with when it comes to enforcing intra-EU investor-state awards;
• a similarly helpful summary of recent Canadian court decisions;
• another on Mexican court decisions that showed a rather mixed year; and
• the discovery that the AmCham in Peru as of July 2021 now engages in ICC-style scrutiny of awards.
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