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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
TASS | 11-Jan-2017
Yukos former shareholders are trying to dispute the decision of the Hague District Court.
See News | 9-Dec-2016
Oleg Deripaska has, in his personal capacity, served a notice of arbitration against Montenegro, claiming unlawful expropriation of his investment and related treaty breaches
Oil Voice | 1-Dec-2016
The Paris Court of Appeals confirmed the validity and enforceability of both awards.
RAPSI | 25-Nov-2016
The Permanent Court of Arbitration has formed a panel of arbitrators for considering a claim filed by Sergey Pugachev seeking $12 billion in damages
RAPSI | 24-Nov-2016
The Court of Appeal in Paris ruled to lift a freeze on assets of Russian Satellite Communications Company and RIA Novosti news agency.
Rapsi | 27-Oct-2016
Subsidiaries of Russian aluminum giant Rusal filed a claim with the ICSID, demanding Ukraine to compensate the company for the investments into the Zaporozhsky Aluminium Plant
TASS | 6-Sep-2016
There are six lawsuits filed by the Ukrainian companies - Privatbank, Ukrnafta, Belbek Airport, Stabil, Everest Estate and Oshchadbank.
Jewish Business News | 31-Aug-2016
The claimants submit that the Russian Federation breached its obligations under the Ukraine-Russia BIT by taking measures that deprived the claimants of their property.
Washington Post | 28-Apr-2016
A Dutch court found that Russia doesn’t have to pay $50 billion to Yukos shareholders. Here’s the big catch: international investment law is so complicated that Russia might have to pay anyway.

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