Nigeria Ordered To Talk Or Face Sanctions In $276M Dispute

Law360, New York (November 29, 2016, 5:48 PM EST) -- After years of refusing to pay a $276 million arbitral award-turned-judgment, Nigeria's government got another 60 days from a D.C. federal judge on Tuesday to spill the beans on its assets in the U.S. and was warned that it would be blocked from producing evidence later on if it didn't comply.

Continental Transfert Technique Ltd., an identity card manufacturer that prevailed against Nigeria in arbitration in 2007 and got the arbitration award turned into a U.S. judgment in 2013, has been trying to depose Nigerian officials about their government's U.S. assets since 2014. It asked the court earlier this year to...

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