Premium article - 07 March 2014
An LCIA tribunal chaired by Albert Jan van den Berg has awarded a private equity fund US$22 million plus interest in a dispute with its partners in an east Africa-focused investment company, which also spilled into the Mauritian and UK courts.
Premium article - 10 February 2014
UPDATED: Two Swiss GAR 100 firms are facing off in a multibillion-dollar gas price arbitration between Turkish and Iranian state entities, it has emerged.
Premium article - 28 January 2014
India’s Supreme Court has referred a dispute over broadcasting rights for Indian Premier League cricket to ICC arbitration in Singapore, reversing a ruling that said fraud allegations in the case meant it could only be heard in court.
Premium article - 17 January 2014
Aluminium producer Rusal and its director Oleg Deripaska have settled a pair of LCIA claims brought against them that challenged the validity of supply contracts worth US$48 billion – thought to be one of the largest Russia-related disputes ever heard in London.
Premium article - 06 August 2013
Weeks after an arbitral tribunal revised Gazprom's supply contract with a Czech customer, the Russian state gas company is facing a new price revision claim by Italy's Edison.
Premium article - 09 July 2013
After a ruling today by the UK's Privy Council, a long-running battle for control of Turkish mobile operator Turkcell is set to shift to the courts of New York – where Russia's Alfa Group is hoping to block a share sale by financing a third party's enforcement of an ICC award.
Premium article - 09 April 2013
British silks Toby Landau QC and David Joseph QC will face off again tomorrow in the Singapore Court of Appeal, in the latest phase of a high-profile dispute between Malaysian and Indonesian conglomerates.
Premium article - 28 March 2013
The US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit in Chicago has upheld an arbitral award over the distribution of US-manufactured products in Panama, warning that judicial review of such awards undermines the integrity of arbitration and could result in sanctions.
Premium article - 21 March 2013
An ICC tribunal has dismissed a US pharmaceutical company’s claim against its former Japanese partner over the commercialisation of a constipation drug, it has emerged.
Premium article - 19 February 2013
A federal court in Arizona has upheld a US$28.6 million award against a Native American tribe in a dispute over the Grand Canyon Skywalk, a horseshoe-shaped viewing gallery which protrudes from the edge of the world-famous landmark.