France
The Baltic Course | 28-jan-2016
France’s Veolia, which owns district heat supply companies in Lithuania, filed a suit worth a preliminary 100 million euros against Lithuania.
L’Observatoire des multinationales | 22-jan-2016
Poursuivi par Total pour un litige fiscal lié au pétrole, l’Ouganda a rejoint le nombre des nations qui se posent la question : « Comment avons-nous jamais pu accepter l’ISDS ? »
Inter-Press Service | 29-déc-2015
The heavily criticized legal mechanism, known as ISDS, is an important tool for European companies to pressurize developing countries. This year Uganda joins the rank of developing nations asking themselves : “Why have we ever signed this ?”
IISD | 26-nov-2015
Perenco Ecuador Limited (Perenco)—a French-owned oil and gas company—and the Republic of Ecuador have been involved in arbitration since 2008 under the France–Ecuador bilateral investment treaty (BIT).
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.
War on Want | 3-aoû-2015
A spokesperson for the company Eurotunnel has revealed that the UK and French governments were required by a private arbitration tribunal to pay out nearly 24 million euros for failing to provide adequate security around the entrance to the Channel Tunnel between 1999 and 2002.
EurActiv | 3-jui-2015
France’s Minister of State for Foreign Trade, Matthias Fekl, delivered a proposal for TTIP arbitration reform in Brussels yesterday, in which he recommended the creation of a European court to settle trade disputes.
AFP | 2-jui-2015
Dans le cadre des futurs accords de libre échange avec les États-Unis (TTIP ou Tafta pour ses opposants), la France a présenté ce mardi à l’UE ses propositions pour encadrer les tribunaux d’arbitrage.
Observatoire des Multinationales | 14-avr-2015
An international arbitral tribunal has just ordered Argentina to pay nearly 400 million Euro to Suez because in 2006, after years of conflict, Argentina renationalized the water services in Buenos Aires.

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