Topic: Damages

Peru fails to get costs despite treaty win

A US investor that lost a treaty claim against Peru over environmental pollution by failing to observe a waiver requirement will not have to bear the state’s legal and arbitration costs, an UNCITRAL tribunal has ruled.

14 November 2016

Maldives airport panel lands on quantum figure

After a finding of liability two years ago, an UNCITRAL tribunal chaired by Lord Hoffmann has ordered the Maldives to pay US$270 million to Indian infrastructure group GMR for cancelling a concession to modernise the country’s largest international airport.

28 October 2016

Overview: Economic Damages

03 August 2016

GAR Live Lookback: recent treaty cases and the damages fog

09 June 2016

MONEY COLUMN: Expropriate my cousin? – Allocating confiscation threats as part of “country risk”

27 November 2014

MONEY COLUMN: From US$67 billion down to US$50 billion – Yukos’s fall from grace

08 October 2014

MONEY COLUMN: Compensation for expropriation

07 August 2014

MONEY COLUMN: Avoiding triangulation and chimeras alike

31 July 2012

Quantum mechanics

The role of damages experts in international arbitration has never been more prominent - or more in debate. Does their input lead to a better outcome for the client or do they make proceedings more costly and complicated? Sebastian Perry reports

12 May 2011

MONEY COLUMN: Two Lost Chances for "Loss of a Chance"

22 June 2010

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