Canada
Reuters | 17-jui-2017
La minera canadiense Crystallex ganó en una corte estadounidense una medida que prohíbe a la empresa china Haitong International Securities Group transfiera activos propiedad de Venezuela.
Reuters | 17-jui-2017
Canadian miner Crystallex has won U.S. court approval to bar China’s Haitong International Securities Group Ltd from transferring securities owned by Venezuela, in a move to recoup damages from an expropriation by the OPEC nation.
Info Justice | 14-jui-2017
The cool reasoning of the Canadian Supreme Court does not acknowledge or reference “external” pressures or the Eli Lilly v. Canada ISDS case. However, courts do not decide cases in a vacuum. This case seems to have been decided in a pressure cooker.
CEO | 10-jui-2017
Le rapport énonce l’histoire d’une région roumaine et de son combat contre l’exploitation d’une mine aux conséquences potentiellement désastreuses.
Alburnus Maior | 3-jui-2017
With Gabriel Resources seeking US$4.4 billion in damages, Alburnus Maior, a prospective amicus curiae in the arbitration case, announces that it aims to file its brief to the ICSID Tribunal until September 2018 at the latest.
Le Figaro | 30-jui-2017
Un groupe canadien a annoncé réclamer 4,4 milliards de dollars de dédommagement à la Roumanie en compensation de l’abandon d’un projet de mine d’or, au coeur d’une longue controverse judiciaire et environnementale.
Financial Post | 30-jui-2017
When it comes to the North American Free Trade Agreement, Canada can safely claim the title of biggest loser in terms of lawsuits.
Reuters | 30-jui-2017
Gabriel Resources Ltd will seek $4.4 billion in damages from Romania for losses related to its long-stalled Rosia Montana gold mine project in a claim that the Canadian miner plans to file with a World Bank Tribunal.
Radio Mundo Real | 28-jui-2017
Criminal charges pending against 18 community leaders and a billion-dollar court case at ICSID.
National Law Review | 23-jui-2017
Venezuela is taking its fight over a $1.4 billion arbitral award to the District of Columbia’s federal court of appeals.

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