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UNASUR and 'Metalpar' analysed

Premium article - 16 July 2008

Details of Argentina's first victory in an "emergency law" case and a possible pan-regional court for Latin America go under the microscope in the new edition of Global Arbitration Review.

Gabon challenges railway award

Premium article - 16 July 2008

The government of Gabon has asked ICSID to annul a US$230 million award rendered earlier this year, to international investors in the Transgabonais railway.

Bolivia seizes funds from Telecom Italia

Premium article - 16 July 2008

Bolivia's government says it has recovered around US$49 million of funds that Telecom Italia transferred out of the country before its Bolivian subsidiary Entel was nationalised on 1 May.

Newmont threatens counterclaim against Indonesia

Premium article - 16 July 2008

Second edition. Newmont Mining Corporation has surprised observers by threatening to counterarbitrate with Indonesia, in a row about ownership stakes in a mine.

Special report: Lisbon Treaty threatens investment arbitration in Europe

Premium article - 14 July 2008

An eminent group in London says the Lisbon Treaty poses serious problems at a practical level for arbitration under investment treaties.

Italian corporate boutique sees growth in arbitration

Premium article - 14 July 2008

Enrico Zattoni, once of Pedersoli & Associati, is joining another Milan office, Labruna Mazziotti Segni, to help the firm leverage its M&A reputation into the contentious market.

New ICC podcast accompanies revamped CPR site

Premium article - 14 July 2008

Those interested in the evolution of ICC case management should visit the CPR Institute's new website.

Projects specialist relocates to Perth

Premium article - 14 July 2008

Allens Arthur Robinson has hired Asian projects specialist Gordon Smith as special counsel in its Perth office.

StoneTurn arrives in London

Premium article - 14 July 2008

Forensic accounting boutique StoneTurn Group has opened in London, hiring forensic accountant and former barrister Antoinette Pincott to run the office.

Corporate counsel interview with Valentina Ferri of Eni SpA

Premium article - 14 July 2008

"Disputes that are brought to arbitration sometimes destroy relationships irreparably," says Valentina Ferri, assistant general counsel West Africa and Far East, for Eni SpA's exploration and production division.