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The World Anti-Doping Agency's executive committee decided Tuesday that Russia's beleagured anti-doping organization will remain certified and will not face sanctions despite missing a deadline for turning over data from a Moscow laboratory last month, according an agency statement.
Units of ExxonMobil Corp. and Royal Dutch Shell PLC have pointed to the Nigerian Bar Association's condemnation of the prosecution of Nigeria's chief justice in their bid to have a New York federal court confirm a $2.67 billion arbitral award against Nigeria's state-owned oil company, which was set aside in the African nation.
The European Union has laid out its proposal for establishing a permanent multilateral investment court that includes a method for appeals, telling a United Nations working group examining reform of investor-state dispute settlements that the plan is the only one that can adequately address concerns about the current system.
A group of 71 organizations sent a letter Tuesday to members of Congress urging them to remove provisions in the revised version of the North American Free Trade Agreement that would allow pharmaceutical companies to keep charging high prices, saying that pushing the same policies onto Mexico and Canada is not the solution to the drug pricing problem.
2018 was full of important developments in international law, including a new North American trade treaty, significant litigation at the International Court of Justice, and rulings by various bodies related to environmental, human rights and criminal law, say Viren Mascarenhas and Douglass Cassel of King & Spalding LLP.