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UPDATED WITH COUNSEL: A Luxembourg company linked to Russian-Israeli billionaire Mikhail Fridman says it has notified Ukraine of a potential investment treaty claim over the “illegal expropriation” of one of the country’s biggest banks – while accusing the state of aggravating the dispute by bringing criminal charges against the businessman.
08 September 2023
CORRECTION: One of Russia’s longest-running arbitral institutions has said it is not affected by recent US sanctions imposed on a separate entity that shares the same name as its parent organisation.
24 August 2023
A law firm advising Rosneft has confirmed the Russian state-controlled energy company is preparing an investment arbitration against Germany over the seizure of oil refinery assets.
17 August 2023
A sanctioned Russian chemicals group says it will pursue international arbitration after Polish authorities seized control of its stake in a local fertiliser producer.
14 July 2023
Finland’s majority state-owned energy company has threatened Russia with an investment treaty claim worth several billion euros after its operations in the country were seized under a presidential decree.
13 July 2023
The co-head of international arbitration at Kyiv firm Asters, Markiyan Kliuchkovskyi, has left the firm to oversee a register of damages caused by the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
04 July 2023
Ukrainian state oil and gas Naftogaz has asked a court in Washington, DC, to enforce its US$5 billion investment treaty award against Russia over assets seized during the annexation of Crimea – putting the award in the public domain.
23 June 2023
An event at the Baltic Arbitration Days examined the potential use of artificial intelligence and automated decision-making in dispute resolution – asking whether it would herald a new era of digital arbitration or prove nothing more than a useful assistant.
22 June 2023
Airbus is pursuing an ICC claim against a Russian state-owned leasing company over aircraft supply contracts disrupted by international sanctions.
20 June 2023
The spring conference of the German Arbitration Institute (DIS) addressed disruption and change in global supply chains, including related to the covid-19 pandemic, the Russian invasion of Ukraine and inflation. Yashan Huang, associate at CMS Hasche Sigle in Hong Kong, reports.
16 June 2023
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