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A Microsoft unit that provides hosting for software development is being targeted by a Luxembourg company for information to help it fend off arbitration initiated by the founder of Hungerstation, Saudi Arabia's largest food delivery app, over control of the company.
Guatemala has paid $37.4 million to a subsidiary of U.S.-based Teco Energy Inc. to satisfy an arbitral award the country had challenged for seven years in a long-running dispute over electricity tariffs.
The Qatar Financial Centre Regulatory Authority has asked a New York state court to enforce a 200 million Qatari riyal ($55 million) judgment from its financial court against First Abu Dhabi Bank over its "flagrant and persistent flouting" of an investigation.
As Florida continues to draw new residents, those attracted by the assumption that it is a debtor-friendly locale are in for a surprise as the state's courts can, and do, recognize and enforce foreign judgments, asset freezes and injunctions, say John Chapman and Benjamin Taormina at Holland & Knight.
Dentons has hired a new partner and two other attorneys from Italian law firm Gianni Origoni Grippo Cappelli & Partners for its growing litigation and dispute resolution group, saying the team of three will be based in its Milan office.