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Total Croatia News | 7-Feb-2019
Arbitration proceedings which the Hungarian energy group MOL has launched against Croatia before the ICSID in Washington are still ongoing and a ruling is pending, and Croatia has contested the jurisdiction of the arbitration tribunal.
Kluwer Arbitration Blog | 29-Jan-2019
It would be a brave person who would gamble on the CJEU not extending its Achmea reasoning to the ECT. Perhaps the time for obituaries is not yet nigh, but the headstone is already being carved.
New Europe | 18-Jan-2019
22 of the 28 EU nations have committed to terminate their bilateral investment treaties and use their influence as home states and respondent-states to notify tribunals of the non-arbitrability of intra-EU bilateral investment treaties and Energy Charter Treaty claims.
Kluwer Arbitration Blog | 14-Dec-2018
Tribunals still grappling with the intra-EU question, especially those in ECT cases, are certain to pay great attention to the carefully crafted Vattenfall decision. Its reasoning may well serve as a blueprint for further decisions and awards in similar cases.
Globe Newswire | 16-Nov-2018
The net award for Athena Investments amounts to approx. EUR 11M.
Business Review | 13-Nov-2018
The Romanian government has won a trial at World Bank’s International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes against the Swiss-based energy trader Alpiq in a case related to Hidroelectrica insolvency procedure.
Romandie | 12-Nov-2018
Alpiq a été débouté dans une procédure arbitrale avec l’Etat roumain dans le litige qui l’opposait à la société énergétique publique roumaine Hidroelectrica.
Le Monde | 27-Oct-2018
The documents highlight for the first time the pressure placed on the French parliament by a foreign company’s threat to use the ISDS mechanism.
Le Monde | 5-Sep-2018
Les documents révélés permettent pour la première fois de mettre en évidence la pression exercée sur le législateur français par une entreprise étrangère à l’aide d’une menace d’arbitrage.
Reuters | 5-Sep-2018
A US arbitration court has rejected a German government petition that said the panel had no right to rule on a damages claim by Sweden’s Vattenfall. Berlin cited a ruling by the Court of Justice of the European Union.

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