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A Lithuanian state-controlled energy company says it has won a Stockholm Chamber of Commerce award holding a Polish contractor liable in a dispute over a €150 million contract for an unfinished biomass incineration unit.
09 August 2022
Saadia Bhatty, co-host of the Arbitration Station podcast, has been promoted to partner at Gide Loyrette Nouel in London, while the firm has also named Krzysztof Ciepliński as partner in Warsaw.
20 July 2022
A Polish foundation has sought to enforce an ICC award over a failed plan to bring retired American basketball player Shaquille O’Neal to Warsaw to participate in events celebrating the 100th anniversary of Poland’s independence.
14 July 2022
The Paris Court of Appeal has for a second time rejected a bid to revive a US$125 million treaty claim against Poland over the collapse of a vegetable fats business, even after the US claimants were permitted to raise new jurisdictional arguments they hadn’t made in the arbitration.
31 May 2022
Polish state gas company PGNiG says it has launched a fresh arbitration against Gazprom concerning interest on overpayments for gas supplied over a six-year period.
19 May 2022
Practitioners have weighed in on Gazprom’s “extraordinary” decision to halt gas supplies to Poland and Bulgaria and how it may fare in the arbitrations that are likely to ensue.
27 April 2022
In a landmark pair of judgments, a French court has set aside two intra-EU BIT awards against Poland on the basis of the European Court of Justice’s ruling in the Achmea case.
19 April 2022
A Brussels court has set aside a US$10 million UNCITRAL award that held Poland liable for a denial of justice – in what is thought to be the first time an investment treaty award has been annulled in Belgium.
01 March 2022
A Poland-seated ICC tribunal has ordered a property investment group to pay contractual penalties after it pulled out of a €461 million deal to redevelop two shopping centres in the Polish city of Kraków.
02 February 2022
UPDATED: Gazprom’s exports arm says it has launched another price review claim under a long-term gas sale agreement with Polish state utility PGNiG – while it continues to try to overturn the outcome of a prior arbitration.
17 January 2022
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