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Nigeria has sought to disqualify all three arbitrators hearing a US$2 billion ICSID claim over an oil exploration and production joint venture, after the merits hearing finished last month.
French satellite company Eutelsat has filed the third ICSID claim Mexico now faces in relation to the telecommunications sector, over state usage of satellites.
The Austrian spa town of Baden bei Wien has played host to the first summer retreat for the young arbitration groups of Austria, Germany, Italy and Switzerland - with discussion of how practitioners should handle business development, negotiation, client handling and time management to build their practices.
Two gas distributors controlled by troubled Brazilian state energy company Petrobras have filed for arbitration against Uruguay over the rising cost of importing gas from Argentina.
UPDATED. Two Dutch energy companies have filed for ICSID arbitration against Georgia over electricity tariffs, adding to related commercial claims already filed at the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce.
A Barbadian trust manager has applied to annul an ICSID award rejecting its US$400 million claim against Venezuela - arguing that the tribunal erred when it concluded that a trustee lacked jurisdiction to bring a claim.
UPDATED. As Brexit negotiations get underway in Brussels, GAR reports on a debate in London on whether the UK’s exit from the European Union could trigger viable investment arbitration claims against the state.
UPDATED. In a case that has been beset by difficulties, a Permanent Court of Arbitration tribunal has ruled on a sea and land border dispute between Croatia and Slovenia, defining the limits of their territorial waters for the first time and granting Slovenia direct access to the international waters beyond.
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