Work Area: State-to-state

Another Crimea panel in place at the PCA

An UNCITRAL tribunal has been formed to hear the first investment treaty claim by a Ukrainian state entity arising from Russia’s 2014 annexation of Crimea, as hearings take place in similar cases brought by private investors at the Permanent Court of Arbitration.

19 August 2016

Wood focuses on inter-state disputes in Lalive Lecture

The choice between arbitration and permanent courts to resolve the rising number of inter-state disputes was the subject of this year’s Lalive Lecture, delivered by Sir Michael Wood, the former principal legal adviser at the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office who now practises from 20 Essex Street in London. Lalive associate Tessa Hayes reports.

12 August 2016

Iranian oil award survives Israeli challenge

An Israeli state-owned entity has lost its challenge against a US$1.12 billion award that compensates Iran’s national oil company for crude oil deliveries made just before the Iranian revolution of 1979.

27 July 2016

South China Sea tribunal favours Philippines

12 July 2016

China rejects UNCLOS award

12 July 2016

Lithuania loses to Gazprom in Stockholm

23 June 2016

Bulgaria faces payout in nuclear plant dispute

16 June 2016

Russian republic brings treaty claim against Ukraine

05 May 2016

India ordered to send Italian marine home

04 May 2016

Croatia boycotts hearing on implications of Sekolec scandal

18 March 2016

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