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A Nordic private equity firm says it has been awarded €87 million after prevailing on a fraud claim arising from its purchase of an ice-cream equipment maker, though the seller disputes this account of the award.
23 June 2020
Italy’s largest insurer Assicurazioni Generali has settled an arbitration over the US$1.6 billion sale of a Swiss private bank that was implicated in Malaysia’s 1MDB embezzlement scandal.
16 June 2020
Brazilian aerospace company Embraer has launched an arbitration against Boeing after the US aircraft maker pulled out of a US$4.2 billion merger.
28 April 2020
A conglomerate controlled by US billionaire Warren Buffett has been awarded €643 million after an ICDR tribunal found it was “fraudulently induced” into acquiring a German piping manufacturer based on fictitious revenue.
16 April 2020
A Malaysian rubber-glove manufacturer has agreed to settle a SIAC arbitration in which it claimed it was fraudulently induced into making a US$340 million acquisition, a dispute that also gave rise to litigation and asset freezes in Kuala Lumpur and Singapore.
05 March 2020
Anglo-Australian mining group Rio Tinto has launched an ICC arbitration against Indian billionaire Sanjeev Gupta’s Liberty House over the US$500 million sale of Europe’s largest aluminium smelter.
02 September 2019
The Italian and French partners in a €50 billion merger that created the world’s largest eyewear maker, EssilorLuxottica, have settled an ICC dispute over the company’s governance.
13 May 2019
As the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre becomes the first foreign arbitral institution to be licensed to administer cases in Russia, Alexey Yadykin of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in Moscow considers what it could mean for arbitration of Russian M&A disputes.
01 May 2019
Swiss energy company Alpiq has brought an arbitration in Switzerland against France’s Bouygues Construction to resolve a purchase price adjustment dispute following the €750 million sale of its engineering services business last year.
13 February 2019
A company owned by the city of Frankfurt has applied to a US court for discovery in support of a potential claim at the German Arbitration Institute, or DIS, arising from German energy company E.ON’s proposed €30 billion takeover of a domestic competitor.
04 February 2019
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