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The Delhi High Court on Friday rubber-stamped Indian conglomerate Tata Sons Ltd.’s $1.17 billion stock buyback from Japanese cellphone company NTT DoCoMo Inc., rejecting the Reserve Bank of India’s efforts to quash the transaction ordered by an arbitration tribunal.
The International Chamber of Commerce announced Thursday it has appointed as managing counsel of its International Court of Arbitration a Slovenian attorney with experience at the helm of the court’s case management team dealing with the eastern Mediterranean and Middle East regions.
Singapore’s top court on Wednesday sank a marine engineering company’s bid to move a lawsuit filed by a contractor to arbitration, interpreting a provision of the country's international arbitration law to find that the request was inappropriate.
An international arbitration panel has refused India's request to split an arbitration initiated by U.K.-based Cairn Energy PLC challenging Cairn's $4.4 billion tax bill so the tribunal could first consider whether the claim is outside the scope of protection afforded by a bilateral investment treaty, a company spokeswoman said Thursday.
Sitting as an arbitral tribunal under an agreement between Austria and Germany, the European Union’s top court was advised Thursday that only Austria should be allowed to tax the income from certificates that one of its banks received from a German bank.