A variety of arbitration mechanisms have become popular over the last few years in order to reduce costly litigation.

Brazil is one of the countries in the Americas that has started to implement Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) as a real option for settling disputes in projects, construction and engineering.

Julio Bueno, MRICS, partner of Pinheiro Neto Advogados, a well-known Brazilian law firm, recently wrote an article for the Americas edition of our Modus magazine regarding Alternative Dispute Resolution and how it’s being implemented in the region.

Please, download his full article below.

The use of dispute boards in Brazil has become a real choice for investors and clients to resolve disputes before – and hopefully instead of – arbitration. The basis for their success is that they help to preserve relationships and keep construction claims and delays to a minimum.

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