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10 January 2019
04 January 2019
03 January 2019
Swiss authorities have charged Matthew Parish and two other Geneva-based lawyers with fabricating an arbitration as part of an effort to implicate senior Kuwaiti officials in a coup plot and corruption scandal.
03 December 2018
Fallout from the Swiss central bank's decision to abandon exchange rate controls in 2015 has led to two Austrian banks filing ICSID claims against Croatia and Montenegro.
19 September 2017
Zurich boutique Gabriel Arbitration has hired a new partner from the local office of CMS, the former home of its founding partner Simon Gabriel.
23 May 2017
A Swiss real estate developer has started an ICSID arbitration against the Czech Republic over the thwarting of plans for a housing development in a rural village on the outskirts of Prague.
05 May 2017
Switzerland’s government has proposed amendments to “touch up” the country’s arbitration statute, which are the subject of a public consultation until the end of May – but one leading Swiss arbitrator had criticised them as “fiddling with details”.
12 January 2017
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