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An ICC tribunal has ordered an Italian construction company to pay around US$22 million to Georgia in a dispute over a terminated highway construction project.
11 July 2022
A Brazil v Rest of the World football match organised as part of the ICCA Congress in Rio de Janeiro over a decade ago has been cited as part of a failed bid to annul an award in a €70 million ICC dispute, after it was argued that Italian arbitrator Stefano Azzali should have disclosed he played in the game alongside one of the lead counsel.
22 June 2022
The first Italian Arbitration day brought together more than 200 professionals in Rome to discuss innovations that an upcoming reform of Italy's code of civil procedure will bring to Italian arbitration law in the coming months.
22 June 2022
Italian construction group Webuild has said it expects to receive a net sum of around US$93 million following an ad hoc arbitration with a Canadian provincial government utility over a troubled billion-dollar hydropower project.
25 May 2022
A French court has rejected Iraq’s bid to revive a €62 million ICC claim over a contract for the supply of combat helicopters that was disrupted by an arms embargo against the former regime of Saddam Hussein.
22 April 2022
An ICC tribunal has said it lacks jurisdiction to hear a US$100 million claim brought against Venezuela under a framework agreement for economic cooperation with Italy, finding the treaty contains only “vague” mention of investment protection.
31 March 2022
A Swiss court has upheld an ICC award requiring Italian power utility Edison to pay over €91 million to Belgian chemicals producer Solvay for breaches of environmental guarantees relating to the sale of two industrial plants two decades ago.
16 February 2022
UPDATED: Before the holiday break, Cameroon defeated an ICSID claim worth nearly US$1 billion and new claims were filed against Mali, Guyana, Peru and Hungary – while Italy failed again to knock out an Energy Charter Treaty case.
04 January 2022
A subsidiary of US power group AES has won an ICC award worth US$186 million plus interest in a dispute with a construction consortium over a cancelled contract to build one of Chile’s largest hydroelectric projects.
08 November 2021
Russia’s Gazprom Export and Italy’s Eni have agreed to revise the terms of their long-term supply contracts, settling disputes that had gone to arbitration in Stockholm.
29 October 2021
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