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Friday, 23 January

Protesters outside the conference venue

Protesters against the EU-US Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership today unfurled a banner outside the first conference held by a Brussels-based think tank which aims to counter negative portrayals of investment arbitration by politicians and mainstream media and become the “voice” of users at the EU level.

British Caribbean Bank wins back Belize loan

Friday, 23 January

Belizean prime minister Dean Barrow

A claim against the central American state of Belize which led to a GAR award-winning judgment from the Caribbean Court of Justice has ended in a US$42 million victory for the claimant.

WilmerHale promotes in London and DC

Friday, 23 January

Sarah Ganz and Amelie Skierka (top) and Danielle Morris and Siddharth Velamoor

Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr has named four new arbitration counsel – three of them women – in its London and Washington, DC offices.

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Seven-year bridge claim reaches the other side

Wednesday, 21 January

In the latest ICSID decision concerning Argentina’s abandonment of the dollar-peso peg in the wake of its financial crisis, a tribunal has found the state liable for German investor Hochtief's lost investment in a bridge construction project – but rejected claims arising from changes to the original funding plan.

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