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An ICSID tribunal hearing Huawei’s claim against Sweden over its exclusion from the rollout of 5G has ordered the Chinese group to produce unredacted versions of its contracts with mobile network operators in the country.
25 August 2023
The Swedish Supreme Court has refused to hear a Luxembourg fund’s appeal against the annulment of a €56 million Energy Charter Treaty award against Spain.
17 July 2023
A Swedish construction group says it has won an SCC award worth US$129 million in a dispute with a subsidiary of France’s Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield over one of Scandinavia’s largest shopping malls.
04 July 2023
A Russian court has ordered a Texas oil company to refrain from pursuing a Stockholm Chamber of Commerce arbitration against a Rosneft subsidiary or face a US$148 million penalty – as a final award in the dispute comes to light.
22 February 2023
A Dutch court has refused to enforce a US$500 million Energy Charter Treaty award against Kazakhstan after finding that the Moldovan claimants committed procedural fraud in the arbitration – just as a Swedish court allows them to target sovereign assets.
25 January 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
Kristin Campbell-Wilson is stepping down as secretary general of the SCC Arbitration Institute after just over a year in the role – to be replaced by current deputy secretary general and head of operations Caroline Falconer.
13 December 2022
The SCC Arbitration Institute has relaunched with a new logo and website - along with a "unique perfume" marketed as "the scent of world class arbitration".
02 December 2022
A Swedish-Iranian national who brought a funded ICSID claim against the United Arab Emirates over its refusal to renew his residency permit has dropped his case after the state contested the authenticity of some of his evidence.
01 December 2022
A Swedish court has denied a bid by sanctioned Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska to revive a €600 million claim against Montenegro – rejecting arguments the state had succeeded to a bilateral investment treaty signed by the former Yugoslavia.
11 November 2022
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