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Norwegian Cruise Line removed to Florida federal court Thursday a wrongful death suit brought by the family of a Filipino employee who died while participating in a rescue drill aboard a cruise ship, saying the claims must be arbitrated in the Philippines pursuant to the terms of his employment contract.
Ukraine violated the World Trade Organization’s Anti-Dumping Agreement when it calculated duties on Russian shipments of ammonium nitrate used in fertilizer at an inaccurate rate and imposed those duties on a company with only a small amount of dumping, a WTO panel ruled Friday.
U.S. asset manager Gramercy Funds Management LLC has increased the amount it is seeking from Peru in a dispute over old government bonds from $1.6 billion to $1.8 billion, saying in an amended statement of claim that the South American country has rejected its efforts to resolve the issue.
The International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce said Thursday it will launch an Africa commission to coordinate the organization's expanded presence on the continent and grow the number of African arbitrators.
In Law360's latest glimpse at the World Trade Organization's Dispute Settlement Body, the impasse over new appointments to the Appellate Body persists as more trouble looms in the coming months, while legal battles over wine and fish fillets surge ahead.