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During a session at GAR Live Damages, panellists and delegates debated whether an independent consultant appointed by the tribunal could help arbitrators to “umpire” disagreements between the experts.
23 February 2024
A Ukrainian electricity company has wasted no time in applying to enforce an investment treaty award that found Russia liable for expropriating its assets in Crimea – putting the award in the public domain.
08 November 2023
A Singapore court has upheld a quantum award requiring a South Korean construction group to pay only nominal damages to an Indian state-owned entity in a US$183 million dispute over a polyethylene plant contract.
25 July 2023
A Swedish construction group says it has won an SCC award worth US$129 million in a dispute with a subsidiary of France’s Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield over one of Scandinavia’s largest shopping malls.
04 July 2023
An entity owned by Abu Dhabi’s royal family has been awarded over US$228 million plus interest and costs in an ICSID claim against Algeria over a failed project to develop a metropolitan park – as a dissenting arbitrator argues the case should have been rejected based on evidence of malfeasance.
10 May 2023
BREAKING: Ukraine’s national oil and gas company Naftogaz says it has been awarded US$5 billion in an investment treaty claim against Russia over the seizure of its assets in Crimea.
13 April 2023
A panel hosted by Boies Schiller Flexner at Paris Arbitration Week considered potential issues and difficulties in using sunk costs as a valuation methodology for damages calculations in international arbitration. Sagar Gupta, an associate in the firm’s London office, reports.
04 April 2023
In a keynote speech at GAR Live Damages, independent arbitrator Mark Kantor proposed a “creative valuation tool” to address increasingly disruptive uncertainties when assessing damages.
14 February 2023
A conference in Prague considered how arbitrators and quantum experts should deal with the impact of sanctions, counter-sanctions and high inflation. Tatiana Rukhliada, Martin Kozak and Katerina Skryjova of PwC in Prague report.
23 September 2022
Singapore’s Court of Appeal has partially set aside a €62 million ICC award over a Malaysian steel plant after finding that a tribunal chaired by Michael Moser breached due process by adopting a “flexible approach” to proof of damage.
26 July 2022
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