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A Malaysian federal court judge, Suriyadi Halim Omar, has been appointed director of the Kuala-Lumpur based Asian International Arbitration Centre after Vinayak Pradhan died earlier this year.
16 November 2020
The former director of the Asian International Arbitration Centre, Sundra Rajoo – who has been facing criminal charges in Malaysia for using the centre’s money to publish a book – has seen the charges against him quashed, as a dispute over the appointment of his successor continues.
22 June 2020
A Shell subsidiary has won more than US$340 million in a billion-dollar arbitration at the Asian International Arbitration Centre, launched by a Malaysian state-owned shipping company over one of the country’s biggest offshore oil fields.
14 April 2020
27 January 2020
The Malaysian government has paid a settlement to the estate of a deceased Thai investor who was fraudulently deprived of her property – averting the threat of a treaty claim backed by a third-party funder.
18 June 2019
29 April 2019
03 January 2019
Malaysia's top court has refused to reinstate a US$56 million UNCITRAL award against Laos, a month after it was denied enforcement by a US appeal court.
11 September 2017
A US appeal court has upheld a lower court's controversial decision to reverse its own enforcement of a US$57 million UNCITRAL award against Laos after it was set aside at the seat of arbitration, Malaysia.
24 July 2017
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