Tag: Chile

  • Case of the Day: EGI-VSR v. Coderch

    The case of the day is EGI-VSR, LLC v. Coderch (11th Cir. 2020). EGI and Juan Carlos Celestino Coderch Mitjans were parties to an arbitration in Chile that resulted in an award granting specific performance of a stock purchase agreement to EGI, which had sought to sell its shares in a Chilean wine company, Viña […]

  • Case of the Day: Calderon v. Experian Information Solutions

    The case of the day is Calderon v. Experian Information Solutions, Inc. (D. Idaho 2012). Jose Luis Calderon sued Experian for violations of the Fair Credit Reporting Act. He sought to take the depositions of three employees of Experian Services Chile, S.A., Experian’s “sister corporation,” located in Santiago. The witnesses were people who had “processed […]

  • Case of the Day: Hughes v. Ashton

    The case of the day Hughes v. Ashton (Cal. Ct. App. 2011), a case on service of process in Chile, is clear and well-reasoned. Three cheers for Judge Reardon! Hughes and Ashton had a dispute over real property in California that they had jointly owned. Hughes wrote a letter concerning the dispute to Ashton at […]