The Miculas are back

Friday, 21 November

The Miculas

Twin brothers Ioan and Viorel Micula – who won a US$250 million ICSID award against Romania in 2012 – have filed a fresh claim over its failure to police the alcohol black market, while the state also faces new claims under the Energy Charter Treaty.

DIFC Court of Appeal upholds expanded jurisdiction

Friday, 21 November

The Meydan Hotel, Dubai

The Court of Appeal of the Dubai International Financial Centre has confirmed that an award arising from a hotel management dispute with no connection to the financial freezone can be enforced there.

Judge arbitrators: curse or cure?

Friday, 21 November

Judge arbitrators have a bad image but in fact provide a much-needed antidote to weak career arbitrators, who are the true curse of the arbitral process, argued Stephen Jagusch at an event in London.

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Papua New Guinea claim clears first hurdle

Friday, 14 November

A development company chaired by a former prime minister of Papua New Guinea has defeated a bid to have its ICSID claim against the state summarily dismissed.

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