(Current Update Release 6)
Legal Aspects of Doing Business in Latin America - 2nd Edition provides coverage of the requirements for doing business and investing in 29 major countries in Latin America. The reports are prepared by local business practitioners and offer practical insights into issues relating to selection of type of entity for doing business, incentives, taxation, labor and employment, liabilities, and dispute resolution. Practical insights are offered on general conditions for conduct of business, business registrations, investment incentives, currency regulation, establishment of enterprises, principal business organizations, important considerations for choosing a form of business, formation of business procedures, acquisition of enterprises, acquisition of realty, guidelines for foreign transactions, import and export regulations, exchange controls, credit and security, taxation, customs regulation, competition law, intellectual property law, employment law, and banking law.
Christian Campbell is a Member British Institute of International and Comparative Law (2007-). Admitted to New York State Bar (1992). LL.M. 1988 McGeorge School of Law (1987-88), Sacramento, California. LL.B. 1987 University of Edinburgh (1984-87), Scotland. B.A. Studies (Political Science) University of the Pacific (1982-84), Stockton, California. Reifezeugnis (Austrian Secondary School Leaving Certificate) 1982, Bundesrealgymnasium (1977-82), Salzburg, Austria. Founder and Co-Director 2007- FDI Moot, Law Student Competition for Investor-State Arbitration (www.fdimoot.org). Adjunct Professor of Law 2003- Juris Doctorate Program, Suffolk University Law School, Boston, Mass.
Professor Dennis Campbell is the Director of the Center for International Legal Studies (CILS) in Salzburg, Austria, and teaches as an adjunct Professor at Suffolk University Law School. He is the former Director of International Programs and Professor of Law at University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. He has lectured at Stockholm University, Helsinki University, Salzburg University, National University of Taiwan, Warsaw University, and Jagiellonian University. He is a member of the New York State Bar and the Iowa State Bar and is a former Assistant Secretary of the California State Senate.
The Center for International Legal Studies promotes the dissemination of information among members of the international legal community, through research and publication projects, post-graduate and professional training programs, and academic seminars, professional symposia and continuing legal education conferences. Nearly 5,000 lawyers worldwide have been designated as Fellows of the CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL LEGAL STUDIES in recognition of their contributions to its programs. The Center provides observers on a regular basis at meetings of UNCITRAL and its Working Groups in Vienna and New York.
Anguilla - Jean M. Dyer, Keithley Lake & Associates
Argentina - Mario E. Castro Sammartino, Castro Sammartino & Pierini
The Bahamas - Peter D. Maynard, Counsel and Attorneys
Barbados - Trevor A. Carmichael, Chancery Chambers
Bermuda - John Milligan-Whyte, Milligan-Whyte & Smith
Bolivia - Eduardo Quintanilla Ballivián and Sergio Antelo Callisperis, Quintanilla, Soria & Nishizawa
Brazil - Durval de Noronha Goyos, Jr., Noronha Advogados
British Virgin Islands - John Carrington, McW Todman & Co
Cayman Islands - Peter S G Stafford, Hunter & Hunter
Chile - Arturo Yrarrázaval C and Gerardo Ovalle M., Yrarrázaval, Ruiz-Tagle, Goldenberg, Lagos & Silva
Colombia - Business Law Department and Trademark of Copyright Department, Cavelier Abogados
Costa Rica - Humberto Pacheco A., Edificio Pacheco Coto
Dominican Republic - Juan Manuel Cáceres, Cáceres Torres, S.R.L.
Ecuador - Rodrigo Crespo F, Crespo Abogados
El Salvador - Ricardo A. Cevallos Cortez, BLP Abogados
Guatemala - Juan Carlos Castillo Chacón, Aguilar Castillo Love
Guyana - Jennifer Branche, International Labour Organisation
Honduras - Marielena Ulloa de Pineda, Ulloa y Asociados
Jamaica - Lorna Phillips and Nicholson Phillips, Jamaica
Mexico - Luis Omar Guerrero R. and Federico de Noriega O., Hogan Lovells BSTL, S.C.
Nicaragua - Thelma Carrion, Aguilar Castillo Love
Panama - Julio C Contreras III, Arosemena Noriega & Contreras
Paraguay - Juan B Fiorio and Marcelo Alvarado, Fiorio, Cardozo & Alvarado
Peru - Julio Guadalupe, Rodrigo, Elías & Medrano Abogados
Trinidad and Tobago - Timothy T Hamel-Smith, M Hamel-Smith & Co
The Turks & Caicos Islands - Norman B Saunders, Saunders & Co and George CJ Moore, Attorney & Barrister in West Palm Beach, Florida
United States Virgin Islands - Kevin F D’Amour, Pepper Hamilton LLP and Andres Liivak, Reed Smith Shaw & McClay LLP
Uruguay - Nicolás Juan, Guyer & Regules
Venezuela - Moritz J Eiris B and Luis M Sanchez-Covisa, Eiris, Leáñez & Adrián