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During a session at GAR Live Damages, panellists and delegates debated whether an independent consultant appointed by the tribunal could help arbitrators to “umpire” disagreements between the experts.

Novavax pays to settle covid-19 vaccine dispute

US biotech company Novavax has agreed to pay US$400 million to settle an ICC claim brought by global health organisation Gavi over a cancelled contract to supply covid-19 vaccines to low and …

UK latest to leave ECT

The UK has confirmed it will withdraw from the Energy Charter Treaty, citing the failure of efforts to align it with climate change goals.

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