Region: Sweden

Vattenfall saga at an end

A long-running ICSID arbitration worth nearly €8 billion brought by Swedish power company Vattenfall over Germany’s phase-out of nuclear energy has been discontinued after a €1.4 billion settlement took effect.

12 November 2021

Gazprom sees off another price review challenge

A Swedish court has rejected a Turkish energy company’s bid to set aside an award in another gas price review arbitration with a subsidiary of Gazprom.

01 November 2021

Hitachi awaits award in Stockholm metro dispute

Stockholm’s public transport authority is challenging a liability award in favour of a subsidiary of Japan’s Hitachi as a final award is awaited in their US$235 million dispute over a signalling system for the city’s metro.

22 October 2021

SCC appoints secretary general

Kristin Campbell-Wilson has been appointed secretary general of the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce.

23 August 2021

SCC launches express dispute resolution tool

The Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce has launched the “SCC Express,” a new tool in which parties can receive a legal assessment of their dispute for a fixed fee in three weeks.

05 August 2021

Turkish gas buyer loses challenge to Gazprom price review award

A Turkish state-owned energy company has failed to set aside an award favouring Gazprom’s exports arm in a gas price review arbitration at the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce – as challenges to awards in similar cases continue in the Swedish courts.

10 June 2021

Swedish firms team up

Swedish dispute resolution boutique Frank has joined forces with leading IP firm, Sandart & Partners.

27 May 2021

SCC panel rules against in earbuds dispute

Swedish investors have brought proceedings in California to enforce a second SCC award against a company owned by musical artist relating to the aborted purchase of a wireless earbuds manufacturer.

24 May 2021

Swedish boutique hires Baker McKenzie practice head

Swedish boutique Westerberg & Partners has hired Stefan Bessman from Baker McKenzie, where he led the Stockholm disputes team.

24 May 2021

SCC secretary general steps down to tackle climate change

Annette Magnusson is leaving her role as secretary general of the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce after 11 years to co-found a practice addressing climate change.

31 March 2021

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