Canada
Mining Technology | 11-May-2018
Rusoro Mining has filed lawsuits in the US and Canada to seek compensation via the monetisation of Venezuela’s assets amounting to approximately $1.34bn in connection with the nationalisation of its gold mining assets in Venezuela.
IISD | 9-May-2018
A decision by the Federal Court of Canada should spell the end of the NAFTA renegotiation on the investment Chapter of NAFTA, and ignite a renegotiation of the investment chapters of the Canada-EU trade agreement and the CPATPP.
EU Observer | 6-May-2018
Keeping the European project alive requires EU members to abide by the principle of loyalty to European institutions.
The Chronicle Herald | 6-May-2018
Environmental law experts are concerned about the broader implications of a recent federal court dismissal of Canada’s application to overturn a NAFTA tribunal ruling.
CBC | 3-May-2018
New Jersey company behind quarry proposal in Digby Neck claims damages of $443M US in lost profits.
AFTINET | 23-Apr-2018
Colombia’s decision to ban mining activities in the Páramos, a range of environmentally sensitive wetlands that provide approximately 70% of the country’s water supply, has so far led to three treaty-based arbitration cases.
Bloomberg | 19-Apr-2018
Dislike of investor-state dispute mechanism appears widespread. Public consultation files detail what Trudeau team was told.
National Observer | 11-Apr-2018
Canada is the most sued country in NAFTA but Canadian companies aren’t shy about using ISDS claims either.
Litigation Finance Journal | 3-Apr-2018
Stans has entered into a litigation finance agreement to obtain incremental funding of Stans’ legal costs to continue with the international arbitration proceedings against the Republic of Kyrgyzstan.
La FM | 27-Mar-2018
La empresa espera que el país la repare por más de 32 millones de dólares tras delimitación del Páramo de Santurbán.

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