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Reuters | 22-Sep-2015
Sergei Pugachev, a tycoon once dubbed "Putin’s banker", said on Tuesday that he had filed a $12 billion compensation claim against Russia
Reuters | 22-Sep-2015
Sergueï Pougatchev, l’ancien "banquier du Kremlin" en conflit avec Vladimir Poutine, a annoncé mardi avoir engagé une procédure d’arbitrage international contre l’Etat russe.
Kluwer Arbitration Blog | 1-Mar-2015
The Russian Federation filed three writs that seek to annul the award, alleging that the arbitrators did not fulfil their mandate personally because the Tribunal’s assistant played a significant role in analyzing the evidence and legal arguments.
IISD | 11-Oct-2014
Yukos was created as a joint stock company in 1993 and privatized in 1995, with operations across the oil and gas sector.
Madhyam | 30-Jul-2014
On 28 July 2014, an international arbitration tribunal announced that Russia must pay $50.02 billion in damages to former shareholders of the now defunct oil giant, Yukos Oil Company. Analysis by Kavaljit Singh.
Reuters | 27-Mar-2013
Russian businesses and banks that face losses from the European Union’s bailout of Cyprus are considering legal action but may have a hard time making a case, say lawyers who are combing through treaties find strategies to recover funds.
FT | 12-Jul-2006
The Kremlin will face yet another legal headache on Tuesday over its role in the break-up of Yukos after US attorneys began an arbitration proceeding in Spain on behalf of Spanish investors who were allegedly hurt by the Yukos affair.

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