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Maria Fogdestam Agius has joined Westerberg & Partners in Stockholm from public international law firm Volterra Fietta, where she was part of the team that recently helped Nigeria prevail in a multibillion-dollar ICSID case.
20 November 2020
Robert Volterra and Álvaro Nistal of Volterra Fietta share insights on a recent ICSID case decided in favour of Nigeria, with a focus on attribution and judicial expropriation.
10 November 2020
The Court of Appeal in London has ruled that the UK government’s recognition of Juan Guaidó rather than Nicolás Maduro as lawful president of Venezuela is not necessarily conclusive for the purpose of determining who has control over US$1.95 billion in gold reserves held by the Bank of England.
05 October 2020
Four tribunals are in place at the Permanent Court of Arbitration to hear claims by Qatar against its Middle Eastern neighbours over the suspension of postal services as part of their continuing blockade of the country.
15 September 2020
An arbitral tribunal in The Hague has ruled that India must cease to exercise criminal jurisdiction over two Italian marines accused of killing two fishermen in the Indian Ocean eight years ago but that the state is entitled to compensation from Italy over the incident.
02 July 2020
The Iran-US Claims Tribunal in The Hague has ruled in a long-running dispute over Iranian physical assets that were frozen during the 1979 hostage crisis – ordering the US to pay over US$29 million in damages to Iran and return several antique musical instruments including a Stradivarius.
16 March 2020
London set Twenty Essex has expanded its public international law offering with the arrival of barrister Simon Olleson, who has defended the United Arab Emirates before the International Court of Justice and helped Lesotho to prevail in a high-profile investment treaty dispute.
04 February 2020
The International Court of Justice has ruled it can hear claims by Ukraine concerning Russia’s alleged support of terrorism in eastern Ukraine and mistreatment of non-Russian communities in Crimea.
11 November 2019
Mauritius and the Maldives have agreed to have a dispute over their maritime boundary in the Indian Ocean resolved by a special chamber of a UN court in Hamburg rather than by arbitration.
23 October 2019
Leading arbitration practitioners will fight two ground breaking human rights cases after a United Nations committee agreed to hear complaints brought by Qatar against Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates over their blockade of the country – which it says violates a treaty against racial discrimination.
04 September 2019
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