Posts tagged "Bolivia"

Fighting for Silver: The Legal Consequences of Nationalization in Bolivia

Seven years ago this week, one of the most significant chapters in Bolivian history began. With one stroke of the pen on May 1, 2006, then-newly-elected president Evo Morales issued a decree nationalizing all of Bolivia's oil and gas reserves. This was shortly followed by efforts to nationalize many other natural resources in the country, including precious minerals and other elements. The nationalization of many industries has had significant legal consequences, most of which are still felt today.

When the Hague Service Convention Fails: Service by Newspaper?

According to a report in the Wall Street Journal, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has received permission from a federal judge to serve summonses on four former Siemens AG executives by publishing the summonses in the International Herald Tribune and emailing the defendants' lawyers in Germany.

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