Publish in Legal Briefs - Monday, September 19, 2016
Mallory Silberman, Arnold & Porter and Juan Garcés from the Spanish law firm of Garcés y Prada. (Photos: Arnold & Porter, FIBGAR)
World Bank tribunal rules in protracted and highly complex case.
BY LATINVEX STAFF
Arnold & Porter secured a victory for its client, the Republic of Chile, in a 19-year old case at The World Bank’s International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID).
The case, which Arnold & Porter attorneys have called highly complex, became the longest running at the arbitration forum and related to the expropriation of a newspaper during the 1973 coup that ousted then-Chilean President Salvador Allende.
“We’re thrilled to have brought justice to Chile at long last,” says ...
Keywords: Arnold & Porter, BuckleySandler, Carey & Cia, Chile, Clarin, ICSID, Ropes & Grey, World Bank