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An UNCITRAL tribunal has terminated an Indian construction company’s US$110 million treaty claim against Libya for a failure to pay required advances, despite a plea from the investor that coronavirus conditions in its home country warranted granting an extension.
02 August 2021
Scotland’s Cairn Energy says it has frozen more than €20 million worth of Parisian properties owned by India as it seeks to enforce an investment treaty award worth more than US$1.7 billion.
08 July 2021
A month after Scotland’s Cairn Energy applied to use assets of India’s national airline to satisfy a billion-dollar investment treaty award, Mauritian shareholders in a telecoms company have launched a similar action to collect on an award against the state worth over US$111 million.
29 June 2021
India’s Supreme Court has quashed criminal proceedings against two Italian marines accused of killing two fishermen after Italy paid compensation in line with the award of an arbitral tribunal at the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague.
15 June 2021
India has challenged a partial award permitting Reliance and a Royal Dutch Shell subsidiary to recover further development costs for an offshore oilfield - in a US$5 billion arbitration that has lasted more than a decade
08 June 2021
An Indian quasi-judicial entity has ordered the liquidation of Devas Multimedia and blocked it from enforcing a billion-dollar ICC award against a state-owned entity based on allegations of fraud.
28 May 2021
Arish Bharucha has left disputes boutique Cooke Young & Keidan to join the partnership at another London firm, Howard Kennedy, where he will head its India practice.
19 May 2021
Shareholders in Devas Multimedia have threatened India with a new investment treaty claim over its alleged efforts to thwart enforcement of ICC and UNCITRAL awards worth a combined US$1.4 billion.
07 May 2021
Japanese conglomerate Mitsui & Co has filed an investment treaty claim against India over a US$324 million retroactive tax bill – months after the state suffered two high-profile losses over similar demands.
30 April 2021
The Indian Supreme Court has held that two domestic parties are entitled to choose a foreign seat of arbitration and any award from those proceedings would be enforceable in the country’s courts.
22 April 2021
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