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Alejandro Garcia, who is advising on an ICSID claim against Mexico, has left the partnership at Clyde & Co to join specialist litigation firm Stewarts Law in London.
10 May 2022
As London International Disputes Week kicked off today, a panel considered the impact of the war in Ukraine on international arbitration – including how to manage apparent bias, logistical issues and whether London can remain a hub for disputes in the region.
09 May 2022
Guled Yusuf, who represents Somalia on the ICC Court, has been promoted to partner in Allen & Overy’s international arbitration group in London.
27 April 2022
A UK court has refused to enjoin a German shipowner from enforcing a US$200 million arbitration award relating to a lethal explosion on a container vessel a decade ago while the ship’s charterer pursues litigation to limit its liability for the accident.
25 April 2022
A UK judge has rejected a German healthcare equipment supplier’s bid to revive a €575 million LCIA claim, dismissing arguments that the arbitrators ignored the undisputed evidence of their own witness.
14 April 2022
A US-owned engineering company has launched an ICSID claim against Colombia after being hit with a billion-dollar fine following an investigation into a troubled oil refinery expansion project – as a Spanish water utility instructs counsel for another claim against the state.
07 April 2022
A Seattle biotech company is bringing an LCIA claim against its Indian former business partner amid a US$950 million dispute over alleged theft of technology used to develop covid-19 vaccines.
30 March 2022
David Herlihy is leaving Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom to join Allen & Overy as partner in the international arbitration team, where he will split his time between London and Dublin.
29 March 2022
The UK government has paid a nearly £400 million arbitral debt to Iran as two British nationals are allowed to return home after years of detention in Tehran.
16 March 2022
Sons of a prominent Russian businessman took part in a “dishonest scheme” with a bank executive to replace US$500 million worth of secured loans with “unmarketable” bonds, according to a now-public LCIA award.
22 February 2022
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