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Latest News in International Arbitration

  • December 01, 2022

    Spain Can't Get €42M Renewables Award Nixed

    Spain has lost its bid to annul a €41.8 million ($44 million) award issued to a renewable energy investor, after a committee pointed to crucial differences in a similar case where a tribunal had concluded that the claim was barred under European Union law.

  • December 01, 2022

    $31M Construction Fight Belongs In Guatemala, Court Hears

    Guatemala on Wednesday urged a D.C. court to toss litigation to enforce $31 million in arbitral awards that arose from unpaid public works contracts, saying the litigation is a "brazen" effort by a construction and engineering firm to get around the country's public finance laws.

  • December 01, 2022

    Ex-IP Chiefs Urge US To Focus On Next Pandemic, Not Waiver

    Former Obama and Trump administration officials said Thursday that the U.S. should rebuff efforts to expand a World Trade Organization waiver on intellectual property rights for COVID-19 vaccines and should instead focus on leading global efforts to prepare for future pandemics.

  • December 01, 2022

    Uniper Launches Arbitration Claim Against Gazprom Export

    German gas importer Uniper has launched arbitration proceedings against the export arm of Russian supplier Gazprom, alleging that the Russian energy giant's failure to deliver gas has cost Uniper billions of euros.

  • December 01, 2022

    3rd Circ. Preview: Arbitration Under The Tree In December

    The Third Circuit's December calendar sees the court tackling issues over arbitrability in class actions involving a well-known electronics company and a prominent payroll services firm, with Samsung striving to resolve a consumer litigation stemming from smart TVs through arbitration and ADP employees seeking to keep their retirement plan dispute in court.

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