Mexican satellite fraud claim fails at ICDR

Luxembourg-based satellite operator SES has applied to enforce a costs award after fending off fraud claims brought by a Mexican business partner in an ICDR arbitration.

Liability of arbitrators in the Americas

Practitioners discussed arbitrator liability, disclosure and diversity at the first-ever virtual Americas Workshop hosted by the Institute for Transnational Arbitration and Latin American Association of Arbitration. María Paz Lestido of Freshfields Bruckhaus …

Chile threatened over airport pandemic disruption

Two French airport operators have threatened Chile with an ICSID claim after their billion-dollar concession for Santiago’s international airport was severely disrupted by measures taken in response to the covid-19 pandemic.

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Volume 15 - Issue 4

    Corruption in arbitration Are “red flags” enough? • Three views on the same corruption allegations • Covid-19 and our approach to risk • From coronation to coronavirus • The GAR Awards 2020 • The risk and rewards of Arbitration's Digital Frontier • Piero Bernardini, 1938–2020

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