Venezuela fails to dislodge Drymer from Exxon case
Canadian Stephen Drymer has survived Venezuela’s effort to disqualify him from hearing its ICSID dispute with ExxonMobil, with his co-panellists rejecting arguments that he would be biased because of the state’s successful challenge against him in another case.
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