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Kluwer Arbitration Blog | 11-Jan-2017
Central to the general public’s opposition to ISDS is the concept of legitimate expectations.
TASS | 11-Jan-2017
Yukos former shareholders are trying to dispute the decision of the Hague District Court.
Kluwer Arbitration Blog | 9-Jan-2017
In the landscape of international investment arbitration the allegations of corruption have become more and more common.
ISDS Blog | 4-Jan-2017
Windstream is an American company, which invested in one of the world’s largest offshore wind power parks, to be located in Lake Ontario.
Latin American Herald Tribune | 2-Jan-2017
The annulment committee formed by the World Bank’s ICSID has ruled that Venezuela must pay oil services company Tidewater $37 million for the expropriation of its ships and rigs in 2009.
Kluwer Arbitration Blog | 30-Dec-2016
This dispute and final judgment provide some valuable lessons for the arbitral tribunal in the ECT Vattenfall dispute.
DW | 8-Dec-2016
Germany’s highest court has ruled in favor of three power companies in a dispute over a government decision to phase out nuclear energy. Vattenfall is also suing at the International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID).
Oil Voice | 1-Dec-2016
The Paris Court of Appeals confirmed the validity and enforceability of both awards.
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.
Live Mint | 21-Nov-2016
Cairn had in June filed a 160-page Statement of Claim seeking quashing of the retrospective tax demand on a decade-old on an internal reorganisation of its India unit.

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