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Will Corruption In Argentina Prevent The Protection Of Personal Tax Information It Exchanges Under Its Fatca And Crs Commitments?, Jihan Jude Jan 2019

Will Corruption In Argentina Prevent The Protection Of Personal Tax Information It Exchanges Under Its Fatca And Crs Commitments?, Jihan Jude

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Casualty Of Investor Protection In Times Of Economic Crisis, Kathleen Claussen Jan 2019

The Casualty Of Investor Protection In Times Of Economic Crisis, Kathleen Claussen

Articles

No abstract provided.


A Constitutional Hope: An Alternative Approach To The Right Of Privacy And Marijuana Laws Using Argentina As An Example, Kevin E. Szmuc Dec 2018

A Constitutional Hope: An Alternative Approach To The Right Of Privacy And Marijuana Laws Using Argentina As An Example, Kevin E. Szmuc

University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review

No abstract provided.


Chasing Democracy: The Development And Acceptance Of Jury Trials In Argentina, Caitlyn Scherr Aug 2016

Chasing Democracy: The Development And Acceptance Of Jury Trials In Argentina, Caitlyn Scherr

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

Argentina’s 1853 National Constitution and the 1994 amendment to the Code of Criminal Procedure both guarantee a right to a trial by jury, yet the Argentine Congress has failed to pass the necessary legislation to establish a national jury system. However, nothing has stopped the individual provinces from creating their own systems for public participation. In the 1990’s, the province of Córdoba implemented mixed juries. The Neuquén province successfully implemented an even more advanced jury system in 2011. In recent years, this has created a snowball effect, with Buenos Aires, Chaco, and at least three other provinces following ...


The Lingua Franca Of Reproductive Rights: The American Convention On Human Rights And The Emergence Of Human Legal Personhood In The New Civil And Commerce Code Of Argentina, Martin Hevia, Carlos Herrera Vacaflor May 2016

The Lingua Franca Of Reproductive Rights: The American Convention On Human Rights And The Emergence Of Human Legal Personhood In The New Civil And Commerce Code Of Argentina, Martin Hevia, Carlos Herrera Vacaflor

University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review

No abstract provided.


To Discovery And Beyond: A Comprehensive Look At Argentina’S Data Protection Laws, Sean Mccleary Feb 2016

To Discovery And Beyond: A Comprehensive Look At Argentina’S Data Protection Laws, Sean Mccleary

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

This article strives to shed light on the interplay between discovery practice under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Argentina's data protection laws, and the ever-present possibility of discovery sanctions. For all intents and purposes, data protections laws serve as a double-edged sword that seek to protect an individual's privacy; however, data protection laws were not designed with litigation in mind. And because of that, it can be difficult for an Argentine company to comply with a discovery request that would implicate an individual's data privacy under Argentine law. In the end, it comes down to a ...


The Enron V. Argentina Annulment Decision: Moving A Bishop Vertically In The Precarious Icsid Syste, Michael Wilson Feb 2012

The Enron V. Argentina Annulment Decision: Moving A Bishop Vertically In The Precarious Icsid Syste, Michael Wilson

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

No abstract provided.


Sexual Rights And Religion: Same-Sex Marriage And Lawmakers' Catholic Identity In Argentina, Juan Marco Vaggione Apr 2011

Sexual Rights And Religion: Same-Sex Marriage And Lawmakers' Catholic Identity In Argentina, Juan Marco Vaggione

University of Miami Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Failed Invigoration Of Argentina's Constitution: Presidential Omnipotence, Repression, Instability, And Lawlessness In Argentine History, Mugambi Jouet Jul 2008

The Failed Invigoration Of Argentina's Constitution: Presidential Omnipotence, Repression, Instability, And Lawlessness In Argentine History, Mugambi Jouet

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Recent Wave Of Arbitrations Against Argentina Under Bilateral Investment Treaties: Background And Principal Legal Issues, Paolo Di Rosa Oct 2004

The Recent Wave Of Arbitrations Against Argentina Under Bilateral Investment Treaties: Background And Principal Legal Issues, Paolo Di Rosa

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

No abstract provided.


International Electronic Contracts: A Note On Argentine Choice Of Law Rules, Mario J. A. Oyarzábal Jul 2004

International Electronic Contracts: A Note On Argentine Choice Of Law Rules, Mario J. A. Oyarzábal

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

No abstract provided.


Law Of The Internet In Argentina., Guillermo Cabanellas Apr 2003

Law Of The Internet In Argentina., Guillermo Cabanellas

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

No abstract provided.


Intellectual Property Rights And The Digital Era: Argentina And Brazil, Marcos J. Basso, Adriana C.K. Vianna Apr 2003

Intellectual Property Rights And The Digital Era: Argentina And Brazil, Marcos J. Basso, Adriana C.K. Vianna

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

No abstract provided.


Corporate Caveat Emptor: Minority Shareholder Rights In Mexico, Chile, Brazil, Venezuela And Argentina, Jose W. Fernandez, Antonio Delpino, Jose Lau Dan, Rafael Diaz-Granados Jul 2001

Corporate Caveat Emptor: Minority Shareholder Rights In Mexico, Chile, Brazil, Venezuela And Argentina, Jose W. Fernandez, Antonio Delpino, Jose Lau Dan, Rafael Diaz-Granados

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

No abstract provided.


The 1998 Argentine Labor Reform Act: A Perpetuation Of The "Incoherent State"?, Paul Keenan Oct 1999

The 1998 Argentine Labor Reform Act: A Perpetuation Of The "Incoherent State"?, Paul Keenan

University of Miami Law Review

No abstract provided.


Dignity, Vengeance, And Fostering Democracy, Jaime Malamud Goti Jul 1998

Dignity, Vengeance, And Fostering Democracy, Jaime Malamud Goti

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Law And Practice Of Labor Arbitration In Argentina, Máximo Daniel Monzon, Juan Manuel Salas Oct 1989

The Law And Practice Of Labor Arbitration In Argentina, Máximo Daniel Monzon, Juan Manuel Salas

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Fragile Bloom Of Democracy, Irwin P. Stotzky Sep 1989

The Fragile Bloom Of Democracy, Irwin P. Stotzky

University of Miami Law Review

No abstract provided.


A Review Of Argentine And Ecuadorian Tax Law Regarding Transfer Pricing And Recommendations For Improving Ecuador's Approach, Steven E. Hendrix Apr 1989

A Review Of Argentine And Ecuadorian Tax Law Regarding Transfer Pricing And Recommendations For Improving Ecuador's Approach, Steven E. Hendrix

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

No abstract provided.


Legal Aspects Of The Argentine Price Control Regulations, Fernando C. Aranovich Apr 1988

Legal Aspects Of The Argentine Price Control Regulations, Fernando C. Aranovich

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Trial Of The Argentine Junta: Responsibilities And Realities, Paula K. Speck Apr 1987

The Trial Of The Argentine Junta: Responsibilities And Realities, Paula K. Speck

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

No abstract provided.


De Facto Government, State Of Siege Powers, And Freedom Of The Press In Argentina, Robert D. Kartheiser Jan 1987

De Facto Government, State Of Siege Powers, And Freedom Of The Press In Argentina, Robert D. Kartheiser

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

No abstract provided.


Argentine Jurisprudence: Deltec Update, Michael Wallace Gordon Apr 1979

Argentine Jurisprudence: Deltec Update, Michael Wallace Gordon

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Effects Of Inflation On The Law Of Obligations In Argentina, Brazil, Chile And Uruguay, Keith S. Rosenn Jan 1979

The Effects Of Inflation On The Law Of Obligations In Argentina, Brazil, Chile And Uruguay, Keith S. Rosenn

Articles

No abstract provided.


Argentine Jurisprudence: The Parke Davis And Deltec Cases, M. W. Gordon Jun 1974

Argentine Jurisprudence: The Parke Davis And Deltec Cases, M. W. Gordon

University of Miami Inter-American Law Review

No abstract provided.


Expropriation, Inflation, And Development, Keith S. Rosenn Jan 1972

Expropriation, Inflation, And Development, Keith S. Rosenn

Articles

Eminent domain is an important developmental device for countries attempting to generate rapid growth within a free enterprise context. In Brazil and Argentina, however, spiraling inflation, combined with delayed compensation, often result in public confiscation of private property, thereby seriously undermining the confidence of private investors in the governments of both countries. In examining various measures designed to correct the problem, Professor Rosenn illuminates one aspect of the relationship between law and development.