$1.6B Panama Canal Spat To Be Arbitrated In Miami

Law360, Miami (March 10, 2014, 5:29 PM EDT) -- Two members of an International Chamber of Commerce arbitration panel in Miami have been chosen to decide the dispute between an international consortium of infrastructure firms and the agency that operates the Panama Canal over a $1.6 billion funding gap for canal expansion, an attorney for the consortium said Monday.

Bernardo Cremades of B. Cremades y Asociados in Madrid and Robert Gaitskell of Keating Chambers Service Co. Ltd. in London will be sitting on the arbitration panel that will resolve the dispute that briefly halted work...
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