News & Analysis
- About Us
A Belgium-based provider of personal hygiene products has agreed to settle an ICC claim against a Brazilian pharmaceuticals group over a €300 million acquisition.
17 September 2021
Brazilian arbitrator Anderson Schreiber has resigned from an ICC tribunal hearing a multibillion-dollar dispute over the sale of a pulp producer, while criticising one side for only raising an alleged conflict of interests during set-aside proceedings.
23 August 2021
A Brazilian appeal court has partially stayed an award on liability issued in a multibillion-dollar ICC dispute over the sale of a pulp maker, holding there is enough evidence that arbitrator Anderson Schreiber is conflicted to warrant pausing the transaction while a set aside bid is heard.
04 August 2021
An ICC tribunal in Frankfurt has ruled in a billion-dollar dispute over a distributor’s right to import Hyundai cars to Brazil, ruling the Korean company had no basis for refusing to renew their contract for another decade.
26 July 2021
As a Brazilian court lifts a stay on an award in a multibillion-dollar M&A dispute, the ICC Court has rejected a bid to disqualify the entire tribunal based on an alleged cyber-attack.
14 July 2021
A group of distressed investment funds have sought bankruptcy protection in New York to prevent a Brazilian airline from enforcing a decade-old ICC award worth US$60 million against their assets.
09 July 2021
A Dutch court has reversed its decision to exclude certain claimants from a class action brought on behalf of investors in Petrobras who suffered losses due to the Lava Jato corruption scandal - after it emerged the Brazilian company had taken conflicting positions on the applicability of an arbitration clause.
18 June 2021
Further explosive allegations have emerged of a cyber-attack in a multibillion-dollar ICC dispute over the sale of a Brazilian pulp maker as the respondents challenge the entire tribunal, arguing it has been “irreparably compromised."
29 April 2021
A São Paulo court has stayed a partial award in a multibillion-dollar ICC dispute over the sale of a pulp maker while it considers allegations that the arbitration has been tainted by cyber hacking.
12 April 2021
A subsidiary of Brazilian construction group Odebrecht has reportedly settled an ICC arbitration with Mexico’s state oil company Pemex over an ethane supply contract for a US$5.2 billion petrochemical complex.
10 March 2021
Get unlimited access to all Global Arbitration Review content