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Bea Mountain Mining Corporation v. International Construction & Engineering (Seychelles)

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Case overview

Case Number:

1:17-cv-01374

Court:

Virginia Eastern

Nature of Suit:

Other Statutes: Arbitration

9:9 Motion to Confirm Arbitration Award

Judge:

Liam O'Grady

Firms

  1. April 18, 2018

    Construction Co. Ordered To Pay $10M In Gold Mining Row

    A Virginia federal judge on Wednesday ordered a Seychelles-based mining contractor to pay more than $10 million in arbitral awards and fees to a Liberian mining company in a dispute over a gold mine project, agreeing with a magistrate judge's recommendation from earlier this month.

  2. April 4, 2018

    Mining Co.'s $7M Award Should Be Confirmed, Judge Finds

    A Virginia federal judge recommended the confirmation of a nearly $7 million arbitral award secured by a Liberian mining company in a dispute over a gold mine project, saying the other business should also pay £2.7 million ($3.8 million) in attorneys’ fees after ignoring the litigation.

  3. February 15, 2018

    Mining Co. Wants $6.9M Award Confirmed After No-Show

    A Liberian mining company urged a Virginia federal court on Wednesday to enter a default judgment confirming a $6.9 million arbitral award issued in a dispute over an earthworks project at a gold mine, arguing that the other company never responded to court proceedings.

  4. December 7, 2017

    Liberian Gold Mining Co. Wants $6.9M Award OK'd

    A Liberian mining company has asked a Virginia federal court to confirm a $6.9 million arbitral award issued against a construction company in a dispute over earthwork projects at a gold mine in Liberia, arguing that the parties agreed to binding arbitration.