Analysis of the New Argentine Arbitration Regulation: Much Ado about (Nearly) Nothing
Article from: TDM 2 (2016), in Latin America
In Argentina, over the last 25 years, several arbitration bills have been submitted by the Executive Branch to the Federal Congress for their consideration with a view to updating its outdated and obsolete arbitration regulation. However, none of those bills has ever been enacted. Seemingly, that situation changed in October 2014 when a federal bill, unifying the Civil Code and the Commercial Code (federal substantive legislation) was enacted by the Federal Congress and signed into law by the Executive Branch. At last, after so many years and failed attempts Argentina had been endowed ...