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London duo switches firms

Premium article - 05 October 2007

Nabarro, a London-based law firm, has hired two lawyers for its international dispute resolution team.

Young arbitrators honour old in Canada

Premium article - 05 October 2007

A gathering of Canada's young arbitration practitioners drew record numbers.

CMS Gas award survives

Premium article - 02 October 2007

An ad hoc committee has rejected Argentina’s request for annulment of the CMS Gas v Argentina award - even though it identified a catalogue of errors in the original decision.

Gas arbitration looms in Bangladesh

Premium article - 02 October 2007

After months of to and fro over explosions at a gas field, Niko Resources Limited has requested arbitration against state-run Bangladesh oil company Petrobangla.

Brazilian specialist heads to US

Premium article - 02 October 2007

Brazilian international arbitration specialist Mauricio Gomm Santos is starting work at Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney as a consultant.

Texan farmers contest NAFTA loss

Premium article - 02 October 2007

Texan farmers have requested that an award won by Mexico in a NAFTA arbitration be set aside.

Tribunal to hear second claim against Georgia

Premium article - 02 October 2007

An identical tribunal to the one hearing an Energy Charter Treaty claim against Georgia has been constituted in a second claim.

Sunken treasure award faces annulment

Premium article - 02 October 2007

A maritime salvage company wants the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes to cancel an unfavourable arbitration award.

ABA hosts six arbitration sessions

Premium article - 02 October 2007

The American Bar Association’s international section is about to convene in London, where arbitration will play a big part of its meeting.

LCIA opens in Barbados

Premium article - 28 September 2007

The London Court of International Arbitration is opening a branch in Barbados - the institution's first regional offering.