Region: Djibouti

DP World wins another award against Djibouti

Dubai-based logistics group DP World says it has won over US$200 million in an LCIA arbitration against Djibouti over the east African state’s seizure of a strategic port facility on the Red Sea.

24 January 2022

DP World wins again in Djibouti port dispute

Dubai-based logistics group DP World has reportedly prevailed in another LCIA arbitration with Djibouti over a strategic port facility on the Red Sea, with a sole arbitrator rejecting a state-owned entity’s bid to escape a joint venture agreement.

12 July 2021

DP World seeks damages over Djibouti port seizure

UAE logistics group DP World is demanding US$210 million in an LCIA claim against Djibouti after the state refused to hand back control of a major port facility on the Red Sea.

13 April 2021

DP World seeks to enforce against Djibouti

A subsidiary of Emirati logistics group DP World has applied to a US court to enforce LCIA awards totalling more than US$485 million against the east African state of Djibouti arising from a bitter dispute over a strategic port facility on the Red Sea.

15 September 2020

English bar’s disciplinary body clears silk

Khawar Qureshi QC, an English silk known for his international arbitration and litigation work, has been cleared of any wrongdoing by the Bar Standards Board – after he reported himself to the authority in the wake of accusations he misled a court in a freezing order application.

01 August 2016

English silk reports himself to disciplinary body

18 June 2015

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