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Rukia Baruti, a long-time promoter of diversity in arbitration and the secretary general of the African Arbitration Association, has joined the board of Burford Capital.
09 August 2022
An English court has said a California businessman is not too late to challenge an LCIA award that requires him to pay more than US$60 million in compound interest to a subsidiary of Burford Capital for breach of a litigation funding deal.
13 July 2022
Third party funder Profile Investment, known as “Pi”, has bolstered its London office with the hire of Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton counsel Cameron Murphy, who was part of the team that defended Russia in the Yukos arbitrations.
30 June 2022
ICSID has released its new rules for investment disputes, which will take effect in a week’s time – bringing to an end what it calls the “most significant procedural modernisation” in its history.
23 June 2022
A Burford Capital subsidiary has won default judgment in its bid to enforce a US$25 million investment treaty award against Kyrgyzstan after the state failed to show up for the US proceedings.
15 June 2022
A disputes funder that provided initial financing for an investment treaty claim against Egypt before going bankrupt is now suing the successful claimant for a share of the settlement proceeds.
20 May 2022
As Hong Kong’s legislature considers a bill to allow success fees in arbitration, Kathryn Sanger and Briana Young of Herbert Smith Freehills and Emily Tillett of Burford Capital consider how such fee structures may intersect with the legal finance industry.
13 May 2022
Crypto investors are being asked to fund a US$13 billion ICSID claim against Slovakia that will be refiled “imminently” by a US mining company – five years after the original case was thrown out.
22 March 2022
A Spanish arbitrator has ordered Malaysia to pay US$14.92 billion plus interest and costs to the heirs to a sultanate on the island of Borneo, while criticising the state’s “intimidatory and coercive” tactics against him.
28 February 2022
A US court has ruled that a lawsuit brought against King & Spalding by a former client over the division of the proceeds of a US$45 million investment treaty award against Vietnam should go to arbitration.
13 January 2022
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