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A Latvian businessman has lodged an ICSID claim against Lithuania concerning deposits in a bank that was declared insolvent five years ago.
ICSID has registered two new claims against Turkmenistan brought by Turkish and German parties, the latest in a line of cases the state has faced from investors in the construction sector amid allegations of state interference in projects and termination of contracts without payment.
The Swiss Federal Supreme Court has rejected Russia’s challenge to a pair of investment treaty awards that upheld jurisdiction over claims by Ukrainian investors over property in Crimea – announcing its decision after a rare public deliberation.
Swiss based elevator maker Schindler has filed a US$300 million investment treaty claim against South Korea, accusing the state’s financial regulators of illegally approving capital increases in a Hyundai elevator business in which it holds a stake.
White & Case has named six new partners in its international arbitration group in London, Paris, Frankfurt, Geneva, New York and Dubai.
The High Court in London has upheld a worldwide freezing order against a British environmental waste management group and one of its directors pending an arbitration with a Turkish joint venture partner that is being heard in Zurich under ICC rules.
An eminent tribunal hearing an intra-EU bilateral investment treaty claim against Hungary has ruled that the Achmea judgment does not apply to ICSID arbitration, after denying the European Commission the chance to make submissions on its effects.
Brazil’s state-run oil and gas company Petrobras has urged a US court not to enforce a US$622 million award arising from a contract allegedly procured through bribery of public officials – but the Cayman entity that won the award says no “redo” of the arbitration is allowed.
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