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Poland’s Europol Gaz has filed an SCC arbitration against Gazprom reportedly seeking US$1.47 billion over delayed gas deliveries – as an Indian state entity also lodges a claim against a former unit of the Russian company over halted supplies.
19 May 2023
An Amsterdam court has once again refused to order a Dutch investment company to cease an arbitration against Poland under an intra-EU bilateral investment treaty.
13 March 2023
A Cyprus-registered oil trader has won US$47.6 million in an Energy Charter Treaty claim over Poland’s refusal to comply with decisions by its own courts ordering the state to pay interest on a repaid fine.
07 March 2023
The Swedish courts have set aside intra-EU investment treaty awards made against Poland and Spain based on the European Court of Justice’s rulings in Achmea and Komstroy.
14 December 2022
Spain says it is withdrawing from the Energy Charter Treaty because of climate concerns, a week after the lower chamber of Poland’s parliament voted near-unanimously to exit the treaty.
13 October 2022
The Polish government has prepared draft legislation to withdraw the country from the Energy Charter Treaty, citing the need to comply with EU law and a lack of progress in efforts to modernise the treaty.
02 September 2022
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
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