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A Chilean-Taiwanese mining venture is reportedly considering a US$2.5 billion treaty claim against Chile, alleging that plans to give a state-owned entity exclusive rights over a lithium deposit amount to an unlawful expropriation.
25 November 2022
A US court has partially enforced an ICC award won by an Austrian pharmaceuticals company against its Taiwanese partner after a €142 million order for damages was set aside in Germany.
22 March 2022
The German Supreme Court has set aside a €140 million damages award against a Taiwanese pharmaceuticals company after finding the ICC tribunal violated its right to be heard – in a fight over a blood cancer drug that has spawned a second ICC case worth US$5 billion and a criminal complaint.
16 February 2022
An Austrian pharmaceuticals company has asked a US court to grant discovery to support criminal allegations that its Taiwanese partner has made fraudulent statements in two ICC arbitrations arising from a multibillion-euro dispute over a blood cancer drug.
20 January 2022
17 January 2018
Japanese electronics company Sharp has asked a US court to block a SIAC emergency arbitrator's confidentiality order prohibiting public discussion of an arbitration with a Chinese licensee - which it says breaches its right to free speech under the US Constitution.
16 August 2017
The electronic arm of South Korea's Samsung has filed a US$429 million ICC claim against three companies thought to include Japan's Sharp, to be seated in New York.
23 January 2017
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