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A Mauritian entity linked to a British private equity firm is pursuing a treaty claim against India that appears to relate to its stake in a provider of airport ground handling services.
05 November 2020
The majority shareholder in an Indian razor-blade maker has failed to disqualify all three members of an LCIA tribunal over their refusal to postpone a hearing because of the covid-19 pandemic.
04 November 2020
A Singapore judge has refused to allow India to cross-disclose documents between two related BIT cases arising from multibillion-dollar tax demands – affirming that the general obligation of confidentiality in arbitration under Singapore's common law extends to investment treaty cases.
16 October 2020
A sole arbitrator at the Singapore International Arbitration Centre has ruled that an Indian stock exchange’s bid to end a partnership with a US provider of financial indices was invalid.
15 October 2020
Amazon has launched a SIAC claim against an Indian conglomerate to block the US$3.4 billion sale of its retail business to Reliance Industries.
12 October 2020
Vodafone says it has prevailed in a multi-billion dollar dispute with India, after a tribunal at the Permanent Court of Arbitration found the state liable over its pursuit of a retroactive tax bill.
25 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
Singapore’s international commercial court has upheld a US$100 million ICC award relating to a five-star hotel project near Kolkata, rejecting arguments that Indian arbitrator Harish Salve SA showed bias by only belatedly disclosing a co-counsel relationship with the winning side’s law firm.
20 May 2020
The English Commercial Court has refused to grant a worldwide freezing order against the Essar group and two of its owners, saying steelmaker ArcelorMittal had not shown a good arguable case that they conspired to frustrate enforcement of a US$1.5 billion ICC award.
31 March 2020
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