Orange wins claim against Equatorial Guinea

Friday, 29 August

Future's bright

French telecoms group Orange has won substantial damages in an ICC claim against Equatorial Guinea concerning a joint venture, GAR has learned.

EU sets out framework for handling cases

Friday, 29 August

The regulation is published in the EU's official journal

The European Union has published rules on the future handling of investor-state disputes arising from agreements it has negotiated, including who should defend its own and member state interests and how adverse awards and costs will be allocated.

New Ukraine counsel on board for Tatneft challenge

Friday, 29 August

Ukraine

Ukraine has applied to set aside a US$112 million investment treaty award in favour of Russian oil company Tatneft, instructing new counsel for the challenge.

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