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The Russian Federation on Monday appealed a World Trade Organization panel's recent decision that Russian anti-dumping duties reaching nearly 30 percent on light commercial vehicles from Germany and Italy violated WTO rules.
The International Chamber of Commerce announced new leadership Tuesday for its International Court of Arbitration, filling upcoming vacancies for secretary general and deputy secretary general with a pair of internal hires.
In Law360’s latest look at the World Trade Organization’s Dispute Settlement Body, cases against U.S. renewable energy subsidies and Russian restrictions on merchandise shipping both hit procedural snags, while Colombia and Panama continue their tussle over shoe, apparel and textile duties.
A Spanish liquefied natural gas company pushed a New York federal court Friday to scrap an arbitration ruling absolving its Trinidadian supplier of breaching a 20-year contract, arguing the international tribunal imposed an unfair burden of proof upon it during the proceedings.
A D.C. federal judge allowed law firms Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig PLLC and the Law Offices of K.C. Okoli PC to withdraw as counsel for the government of Nigeria on Friday after the firm claimed representation in the West African nation’s fight against a $276 million arbitration award had been “rendered impossible.”