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October 02, 2007 

Quito, Ecuador to Host International Arbitration Conference

London-based legal publisher Cameron May is presenting a conference entitled "Commercial and Investment Arbitration in Latin America: New Challenges for Governments, Corporations and Practitioners" from November 29, 30 in Quito, Ecuador.

The program will cover the latest developments in commercial and investment arbitration in different Latin American jurisdictions and will include over thirty panelists from law firms, universities, international corporations with long‐term presence in the region and government representatives.

For more information see the
conference brochure or contact Mr. Christophe Landais at christophe@cameronmay.com.

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