Delays and Damages in International Construction Contracts in Latin America: A Multidisciplinary Approach
The program is the second event organized by the Country Delegates of Argentina and Buenos Aires focused on construction contracts and construction arbitration. This event will take place in Buenos Aires in a hybrid format. It will be centered in the most recurrent issues that arise in connection with delay analysis and damages: type of delays, concurrent delays, causation, risk allocation, contractual penalties, and limitation of damages.
The mission of the Americas Initiative is to enrich knowledge, debate, and personal relationships within the international arbitration community in the Americas. Americas Initiative has created a network of Country Delegates to represent it in different American countries.
Thanks to the generosity of our sponsor, this event is tuition-free and includes breakfast. Please register in advance to help us have an accurate headcount.
9:30 a.m. - Registration & Welcome
- Soledad Díaz, Ferrere (Montevideo) – Country Delegate for Uruguay
- Julio Rivera (h), Marval, O Farrel & Mairal (Buenos Aires) – Country Delegate for Argentina
- Soledad Díaz, Ferrere (Montevideo)
- Julio Rivera (h), Marval, O Farrel & Mairal (Buenos Aires)
- Andrés Casserly (Compass Lexecon)
- Laura Cozar (Accuracy)
- Daisy Mao (FTI Consulting)
- Santiago Soria (Marval, O'Farrell, Mairal)
11:30 a.m. - Adjourn
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