21 September 2017
UAE companies Dana Gas and Crescent Petroleum - which last month settled a US$26 billion dispute with the Iraqi region of Kurdistan - have begun a new arbitration, this time against a minority stakeholder of their consortium which dragged its feet when it came to accepting the deal.
21 September 2017
US data storage company Western Digital has filed a third ICC claim against Toshiba in a dispute over a joint venture to manufacture flash memory drives - as it prepares to sell its memory chip business for US$18 billion.
18 September 2017
UPDATED: French pharmaceutical group Sanofi has threatened Ukraine with an investment treaty claim over an alleged fraud in its courts - as the state prepares for hearings in an unrelated dispute with a Ukrainian oligarch.
15 September 2017
An arbitrator who was disqualified from a €3 billion insurance dispute after being accused of taking a bribe has lost an appeal against his recusal before Italy's highest court - as he faces a new lawsuit from the party that made the allegation.
14 September 2017
McDonald's has won a partial award in its LCIA claim against a former franchisee in Delhi, a year after the lifting of a Delhi court's anti-arbitration injunction.
11 September 2017
The Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador has failed to set aside an UNCITRAL award in favour of a consortium led by ExxonMobil in a dispute over royalties from a US$5 billion offshore oil project.
07 September 2017
Canadian mining company Centerra Gold and Kyrgyzstan have announced a proposed settlement of their dispute over a gold mine - which would see Centerra paying state-run charities US$60 million in satisfaction of environmental claims.
05 September 2017
An Oregon electric utility has failed to prevent two insurers from participating in an ICC arbitration with Abengoa over a US$660 million power plant project.
01 September 2017
Mauritius' State Trading Corporation has asked the country's highest court to set aside a US$120 million SIAC award two months after Australian arbitrator Michael Pryles found it liable in a dispute with a shipping company over the transportation of petroleum from India.
31 August 2017
The Iraqi region of Kurdistan will pay a United Arab Emirates consortium US$1 billion and grant it new oil and gas exploration blocks to settle one of the highest-value gas disputes in the Middle East, with claims valued at over US$39 billion.