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Days after it was threatened with an investment treaty claim over legislation revoking mining licences, Tanzania is facing another potential case over those reforms.
Nigel Blackaby, Noah Rubins, Harish Salve, Rajesh Pillai, Simon Chapman, Sapna Jhangiani, Andrew McDougall and Jason Fry are among those on new list of Queen’s Counsel appointments.
Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries has won a US$320 million award against a US contractor over the termination of a contract for an ultra-deepwater drillship.
Bahrain has defeated a €180 million ICC claim brought by a French waste-to-energy company over the termination of a contract to build the state’s first recycling plant.
An international consortium has threatened to launch arbitration proceedings against Georgia after the state cancelled its contract to develop a deep-water port.
Former managing counsel at the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre Wesley Pang has joined the partnership at Eversheds Sutherland.
The company behind one of China’s largest social media websites has put aside US$126 million to cover an award that held it liable for breaching a licence agreement to use location-based service software.
A group of Swedish tech investors have applied to a California court to enforce an SCC award against the Hollywood electronics company founded by musical artist will.i.am, following the aborted purchase of a wireless earbuds manufacturer.
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