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Latest News in International Arbitration

  • August 18, 2017

    3 Useful Attributes For Lawyers In International Arbitration

    International arbitration may not be as popular a practice area as real estate or securities, but that doesn't mean that law students or young lawyers should think of this highly specialized field as one that's easy to break into. Here, Law360 reveals three attributes that may help give budding international arbitration specialists an edge over the competition.

  • August 18, 2017

    US Trustee Slams Payments To Ybrant's Bankruptcy Counsel

    The U.S. trustee’s office told a New York bankruptcy court Thursday that counsel for Ybrant Digital, which filed for Chapter 11 after getting hit with a $37 million arbitration award in a dispute with a South Korean technology company, should return fees that were purportedly received from unauthorized Ybrant subsidiaries.

  • August 18, 2017

    Trump Should Use WTO To Push China On IP, Ex-Official Says

    Although the Trump administration has had harsh words for the World Trade Organization’s dispute system in the past, it should strongly consider using that mechanism to build a case against China’s tech sector intellectual property regime, former WTO Appellate Body Chairman James Bacchus told Law360.

  • August 18, 2017

    Nigeria Looks To Disqualify Entire ICSID Panel In Oil Row

    Nigeria has moved to disqualify all three arbitrators on an International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes tribunal in a dispute brought by two oil companies, which are accusing the country’s state-owned oil company of illegally seizing control of a separate Nigerian firm through which they held a prospecting lease.

  • August 18, 2017

    Belize Asks High Court To Review $18.5M Arbitration Award

    The government of Belize has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to hear its appeal of a decision that enforced an $18.5 million London arbitral award in a case involving a Central American bank.

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