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British firm DWF has hired three lawyers from Curtis Mallet-Prevost Colt & Mosle for its Paris arbitration practice set up last year by Romain Dupeyré.
A Spanish engineering group has abandoned its efforts to set aside a US$28 million ICC award after settling a dispute with an Italian subcontractor over the construction of a water tunnel for a hydroelectric power plant in Guatemala.
The Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration has added seven new members to its board presided over by Nabil Elaraby, including five non-Egyptians.
How to ‘do’ third-party funding was the question behind session three of GAR Live Istanbul 2017. Guided by Mark Beckett, partner at Cooley and co-chair of the conference, the panel delved into funding's inner workings, offering a rare glimpse of how it works in real life.
A Russian company has secured the rare set aside of an ICC award in France on public policy grounds, in a dispute with Ukrainian companies over the transfer of shares in a gold mining company in Laos.
Two Court of Arbitration for Sport tribunals will next week simultaneously hear 39 of the 42 appeals lodged by Russian athletes in a conference centre in Geneva, as they look to overturn their lifetime bans following the state-sponsored doping scandal at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.
A global fashion brand has settled an UNCITRAL dispute with two Swiss labour union federations based on an accord created in response to a garment factory collapse in Bangladesh - though a second claim remains pending against another leading brand.
A defunct subsidiary of French energy group Total has seen off a US$22.4 billion UNCITRAL claim brought by two Russian provinces – ending an eight-year dispute that for a time became notorious in France and gave rise to a criminal investigation targeting two of the original arbitrators.
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