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A US court has ruled that a lawsuit brought against King & Spalding by a former client over the division of the proceeds of a US$45 million investment treaty award against Vietnam should go to arbitration.
13 January 2022
Iraq is to become the 168th signatory of the New York Convention after passing an accession law as part of its ongoing reconstruction programme after the US-led ousting of Saddam Hussein and the years of instability that have followed.
06 April 2021
Malawi has become the 167th party to the New York Convention, as an UNCITRAL arbitration brought by a Malawian-registered company against French energy group Total gets underway in South Africa.
16 March 2021
A US district court will hear an oil and gas company’s bid to enforce an award worth around US$10 billion against Nigeria, after it rejected the state’s sovereign immunity defence.
07 December 2020
Sierra Leone has become the 166th state party to the New York Convention.
10 November 2020
Although a national court's role in reviewing a tribunal's award on jurisdiction at the enforcement stage is well established, the type of review that the court is meant to undertake is "perilously" unclear and should be the subject of guidance, Lord Goldsmith argued during GAR Interactive Moscow.
21 October 2020
Ethiopia, which was last year named the fastest growing economy in Africa and second fastest growing economy in the world, has become the latest signatory of the New York Convention.
20 October 2020
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