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Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan has hired White & Case’s Simón Navarro, a specialist in Spanish and Latin American work, as of counsel in New York.
15 November 2018
A US defence contractor has asked a New York court for leave to begin attaching Greece’s US assets to satisfy a €48 million ICC award relating to a project commissioned for the 2004 Olympic Games that has been dogged by allegations of corruption.
14 November 2018
A Liechtenstein company has failed in its latest bid to enforce a US$400 million award against the Czech Republic in the US courts, as its founder pursues a related investment treaty claim worth US$2.5 billion.
07 November 2018
01 November 2018
UPDATED Japanese technology maker Toshiba has settled a trio of ICC arbitrations with joint venture partner Western Digital and will proceed with the US$18 billion sale of its flash memory unit to a consortium led by Bain Capital.
15 December 2017
A US$10 billion action brought against US-Hungarian philanthropist George Soros by Beny Steinmetz Group Resources has been stayed by a New York court pending the outcome of the mining group’s ICSID arbitration against Guinea.
30 November 2017
“Should a federal court stand idly by when a foreign arbitral commission issues an order restricting the speech of a private party?", asked a Washington, DC court in a judgment on whether a SIAC emergency arbitrator's gag order was unconsitutional. “Actually, yes.”
20 November 2017
For the first time in over 70 years a New Yorker is president of the United States. Lawyers at GAR Live New York considered if Donald Trump has contributed to a wave of legal nationalism worldwide and created reluctance among some parties to arbitrate in the city.
13 September 2017
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