The Top Int'l Arbitration Cases Of 2016: Midyear Report

This year has already seen its fair share of noteworthy and eyebrow-raising international arbitration decisions, ranging from the setting aside of the largest arbitration award in history to a D.C. court refusing to enforce an arbitral award that was set aside by an African court.

Here, Law360 takes a look at some of the year’s biggest decisions so far.

Former Yukos Shareholders’ Feud With Russia Hits A Snag

The initial $50 billion award in the arbitration brought by former Yukos Oil Co. shareholders against the Russian...

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