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British and Australian arbitrators are hearing a Seoul-seated dispute between a Korean state utility and its former US partner over rights to nuclear reactor technology.
17 August 2023
A Taiwan-based manufacturer of flash memory controllers has said it will bring a SIAC claim against a US chipmaker for pulling out of a US$3.8 billion merger.
16 August 2023
A Japanese supplier of semiconductor test equipment has secured a US$20 million settlement of a JAMS dispute with a Singapore rival – months after a California court found the arbitrator overstepped his authority by issuing discovery subpoenas against non-parties.
09 August 2023
A US entity reportedly owned by the family of a Brazilian-Lebanese banking tycoon has lodged an ICSID claim against Argentina over a construction project.
07 August 2023
Portuguese oil company Galp says it is considering its options over a US exporter’s alleged failure to provide contracted natural gas supplies – which has reportedly already led to three pending cases at the LCIA.
02 August 2023
The Central Bank of Iran is preparing to file a treaty claim against South Korea after local banks froze US$7 billion of assets due to sanctions – as a Texas private equity group seeks to revive a multibillion-dollar claim against the east Asian state through ICSID annulment proceedings.
01 August 2023
An Italian company has filed an ICSID claim against North Macedonia over a concession to run one of the largest landfill sites in Europe – as a Canadian miner renews its threat to bring a claim against the state at the centre.
31 July 2023
28 July 2023
Miriam Harwood has left Squire Patton Boggs, where she was co-head of investment arbitration, to launch an international arbitration practice at US firm Katten Muchin Rosenman.
27 July 2023
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