ECT
Basta | 4-Apr-2017
C’est au tour de l’Italie d’être trainé en justice par une multinationale pétrolière. Son crime : vouloir protéger son littoral des risques d’une marée noire.
International Economic Law and Policy Blog | 31-Mar-2017
The Russian Federation claimed that arbitrator Yves Fortier’s assistant turned into a Fourth Man, a covert extra arbitrator who conceived and drafted a large part of the award.
Times | 23-Mar-2017
Rockhopper Exploration is fighting for compensation from Italy after it banned offshore drilling, leaving the company unable to develop one of its oil and gas fields.
Lexology | 23-Feb-2017
The latest award on jurisdiction conflicts with the ruling of a Dutch court which overturned an earlier award of US$50 billion in favour of the former majority shareholders of Yukos.
ISDS Blog | 22-Feb-2017
SCC is a preferred venue for investment arbitrations. Over the past 20 years, the SCC has administered and acted as appointing authority in more than 90 investment arbitrations, both in small-sized and in large-scale disputes.
International Law Office | 17-Feb-2017
The Svea Court of Appeal rejected the Republic of Kazakhstan’s request to declare invalid or set aside the arbitral award in Stati v Kazakhstan. The judgment cannot be appealed.
SeeNews | 3-Feb-2017
Croatia has lodged a request with the Federal Supreme Court of Switzerland for the annulment of an arbitral award in the case INA-MOL
Kluwer Arbitration Blog | 31-Jan-2017
Poland is clearly sceptical regarding investment protection granted by BITs containing an ISDS system in a current form.
Sputnik | 26-Jan-2017
The Hague Court of Appeal has rejected a plea to bifurcate hearings on a complaint by the former shareholders of Russia’s now-defunct Yukos oil firm
SeeNews | 16-Jan-2017
Croatia’s government said it will appeal the ruling of the Arbitral Tribunal which dismissed Croatia’s claims against Hungary’s MOL in a case concerning Croatian oil and gas company INA

0 | ... | 120 | 130 | 140 | 150 | 160 | 170 | 180 | 190 | 200 | 210