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A Dutch court has refused to allow a family of food investors to revive a US$240 million treaty claim against Venezuela that was rejected based on their dual nationality.
12 February 2021
A Dutch court has largely lifted attachments on Albanian government oil revenues previously granted to Italian investors seeking to enforce a €110 million ICSID award.
10 February 2021
Former Eversheds lawyer Stan Putter has exchanged one Dutch boutique for another, moving from Conway & Partners to Smallegange Lawyers to add an international arbitration practice to the firm’s offering.
05 February 2021
The Netherlands will face its first-ever ICSID claim, brought by Germany’s RWE over the phase-out of coal power plants as part of climate change legislation.
03 February 2021
The Dutch Supreme Court has set aside a decision upholding a US$5.2 billion attachment against Kazakhstan’s sovereign wealth fund over an Energy Charter Treaty award – while several US hedge funds with an interest in the award face renewed fraud allegations.
08 January 2021
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
An advocate general of the Dutch Supreme Court has recommended that enforcement of the US$50 billion Yukos awards should not be stayed while Russia seeks to have them annulled.
16 November 2020
A Dutch judge has been disqualified from hearing a lawsuit over the fate of Crimean gold artefacts for giving inaccurate information about his past work with a party's counsel in a Yukos-related matter.
10 November 2020
Rogier Schellaars of Van Doorne and Martje Verhoeven-de Vries Lentsch of De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek analyse 20 years of emergency arbitration proceedings at the Netherlands Arbitration Institute.
05 October 2020
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