Topic: M&A disputes

Glovemaker M&A prompts fraud claim in Singapore

A listed Malaysian manufacturer of rubber gloves has launched a SIAC arbitration alleging it was defrauded into making a US$340 million acquisition earlier this year.

11 July 2018

Dutch court lifts asset freeze in Chinese M&A dispute

A Dutch court has ruled that a Chinese state-owned food company should not have been permitted to levy attachments worth US$1.7 billion in aid of an ICC arbitration, holding that relief granted by an emergency arbitrator should suffice while a dispute over its purchase of a grain trader is pending.

05 April 2018

Egyptian billionaire’s company liable in post-M&A dispute

An abortive discovery request in Delaware has shed light on efforts by a Russian-owned telecoms multinational to enforce an LCIA award worth more than €150 million against the holding company of Egyptian billionaire Naguib Sawiris and his family.

23 March 2018

Asian M&A dispute goes to ICC in Hong Kong

Weeks after the detention of its chairman in an anti-corruption probe, embattled Chinese insurer Anbang has filed an ICC claim worth US$610 million in a dispute over its purchase of a Korean life insurance business.

28 June 2017

The sexy world of M&A arbitration

Declared a “sexy” area of specialism by Stephen Jagusch QC in a keynote speech, M&A disputes managed to hold the interest of 200 delegates from around the world at a two-day event in Warsaw.

01 June 2017

Philips wins M&A dispute with Japanese group

26 April 2016

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