Iran wins landmark investor-state case

Friday, 17 October

The dispute was between Turkcell and Iran

UPDATED. Iran has won its first ever investor-state arbitration under an investment treaty, against Turkish mobile phone company Turkcell.

GAR Live Hong Kong: in pictures

Friday, 17 October

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The fourth annual GAR Live Asia conference took place today in the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre's hearing rooms overlooking the famous Victoria Harbour. Click here for pictures.

What you missed from the Swiss

Friday, 17 October

Switzerland

Two significant judgments handed down by Switzerland’s highest court on the same day – one in French, one in German – show it entertaining wider grounds for the annulment of interim awards than previously; while a third ruling sets forth a new approach to the extension of arbitration clauses to non-signatories.

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Exxon gets US$1.6 billion as Venezuela condemns “unnecessary arbitration”

Friday, 10 October

UPDATED. After seven long years, an ICSID tribunal has awarded ExxonMobil US$1.6 billion, offset by over US$900 million, in compensation for Venezuela’s expropriation of two oil projects in the Orinoco Belt; the state claims the case should never have been brought.

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