Turkish Brothers' $388M Award Fight Sent Back To State Court

Law360 (February 11, 2020, 7:37 PM EST) -- A Florida federal judge has let a Turkish company go back to state court as it seeks to enforce a $338 million arbitral award, finding that two Turkish businessmen's removal to federal court last year was untimely.

U.S. District Judge Rodney Smith said brothers Mustafa and Sefa Çevik's time-barred removal of the case was an attempt to seek a different ruling after a Florida state court confirmed the arbitral award that stemmed from a soured chromium ore mining license deal with the company, Turchrome Krom Madencili Sanay Ve Dis Ticaret Ltd. Sirketi Turkey.

In determining the Çevik brothers' removal was untimely...

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