ITLOS finds Guinea-Bissau liable over ship detention

Thursday, 17 April

Guinea-Bissau and the Bissagos Islands

The International Tribunal of the Law of the Sea has ordered Guinea-Bissau to pay damages to Panama in a dispute over the arrest and seizure of an oil tanker.

“Gas wars” lawyer joins Roschier

Thursday, 17 April

Johan Sidklev, who acted in SCC disputes related to the Russia-Ukraine gas crisis, is leaving Setterwalls to join the Stockholm office of Roschier.

Bird & Bird promotes in London

Thursday, 17 April

Garreth Wong

Bird & Bird has promoted Malaysian Garreth Wong to partner in London.

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Kahale calls for overhaul of BIT system

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