Region: Europe

Dutch court refuses to stay Yukos awards

The Dutch Supreme Court has ruled that Russia’s arguments for overturning the US$50 billion Yukos awards are not strong enough to justify granting a stay of enforcement while the petition is heard.

04 December 2020

Banker makes good on threat against Montenegro

A banker who accused Montenegro’s president of corruption has launched a €500 million treaty claim against the Balkan state over alleged politically motivated actions taken against his investments.

04 December 2020

Belgium seeks ECJ opinion on revamped ECT

Belgium has asked the European Court of Justice to weigh in on the intra-EU application of the arbitration provisions in a future update of the Energy Charter Treaty, as the European Commission signals it may propose withdrawal from the treaty if core objectives for reform are not met.

03 December 2020

US investors get second chance to revive claim against Poland

The French Court of Cassation has ruled that US investors seeking to revive a US$125 million investment treaty claim against Poland through set-aside proceedings can present new jurisdictional arguments that they failed to raise before the arbitral tribunal.

03 December 2020

Germany: Arbitrational Proceedings and Covid-19

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03 December 2020

Spanish Constitutional Court Judgment On Public Policy: The Right Decision at the Right Moment

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03 December 2020

Ukraine

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03 December 2020

Norway

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03 December 2020

Italy

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03 December 2020

Austria

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03 December 2020

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