…accessing data of arbitration proceedings administered by CBMA. The CBMA, an arbitral institution with headquarters in the city of Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, has been…

…arbitration proceedings.   Comment In Brazil, once the arbitration commitment is established, as a rule, it is the arbitrator’s responsibility to decide their own competence, due to the so-called competence-competence…

…in its main trading partner in Latin America, and BRICS counterpart – Brazil. As reported by IAReporter, India and Brazil have recently successfully agreed on a BIT. While the text…

…in Brazil, specifically providing that court proceedings should be dismissed – without a merit analysis – where there is an arbitration agreement, and/or when an arbitral tribunal has recognized its…

…was maintained by majority. Appeals Court Judge Sérgio Shimura dissented from the reporter, Appeals Court Judge Grava Brazil. He understood that the interlocutory appeal should be granted once there was…

…its jurisdiction and refused to address certain issues (not claims). The problem, however, is that, according to the construction given to this provision in Brazil, Article 32(IV) would be limited…

The debate around the ‘extension’ of arbitration agreements has, once again, been placed under the spotlight in Brazil. The Brazilian Superior Court of Justice (‘SCJ’) recently considered the issue in…

…the deep reach of the Convention, as well as ICSID’s status as not simply another arbitration facility”). The most notable examples of this Latin American trend include: (i) Brazil’s refusal…