Work Area: Telecoms

Egyptian billionaire’s company liable in post-M&A dispute

An abortive discovery request in Delaware has shed light on efforts by a Russian-owned telecoms multinational to enforce an LCIA award worth more than €150 million against the holding company of Egyptian billionaire Naguib Sawiris and his family.

23 March 2018

Senegal telecoms dispute gives rise to ICC claims

A failed deal for the sale of Senegal’s second-largest mobile operator is understood to have given rise to three ICC claims, brought by the intended seller, Luxembourg-based telecoms company Millicom International Cellular, and intended purchaser the Wari Group.

13 November 2017

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