BY CHRONICLE STAFF
The two actions are only the beginning of more legal proceedings in CAFTA, legal experts say. "We do expect over time to see more disputes invoking CAFTA as the basis for arbitral jurisdiction, just as similar bilateral and multilateral investment treaties and free trade agreements have been invoked in the past," says Jean E. Kalicki, a counsel in the litigation practice of U.S.-based Arnold & Porter LLP.
Regina Vargo, senior director for global trade at U.S.-based Greenberg Traurig and a former Assistant U.S. Trade Representative for the
Vargo represents RDC in its dispute and says the case represents the first notice...