YUKOS CAPITAL LIMITED v. RUSSIAN FEDERATION
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November 28, 2022
Russia Aims To Keep $5B Arbitration Award Fight Alive
Russia has asked a D.C. federal court to set aside a September default judgment affirming a $5 billion arbitral award in favor of Yukos Oil Co.'s financing arm because the country was improperly served in the case and U.S. policy disfavors default judgments against foreign nations.
September 27, 2022
Russia Can't Escape $5B Award Fight, Yukos Unit Says
The financing arm of Yukos Oil Co. is fighting back against Russia's efforts to persuade a D.C. federal court to toss litigation to enforce a $5 billion arbitral award against it, arguing Monday that the Kremlin waived its right to protest allegedly improper service in this case.
September 07, 2022
Yukos Capital Seeks Default Ruling For $5B Arbitral Award
The financing arm of former Russian energy company Yukos Oil asked a D.C. federal court to enter a default judgment against the Russian Federation for $5 billion that an international tribunal said it owes the company.
March 24, 2022
Yukos Capital Wants Russia To Pay $5B Arbitral Award
The financing arm of former Russian energy giant Yukos Oil Co. is asking a Washington, D.C., federal court to make the Kremlin pay $5 billion that an international tribunal said last year it owes the company.