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Al Tamimi & Company | Global | 15 Jul 2020

Another venture to no-man’s land: ICSID jurisdiction cannot be established using the MFN Clause in the OIC Investment Agreement - Itisaluna v. Iraq

A most-favoured-nation (‘MFN’) clause links investment treaties by guaranteeing that a host state must provide investors with treatment no less…
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Garrigues | Angola, Democratic Republic of Congo, Egypt, etc. | 28 Mar 2019

International Arbitration Newsletter - March 2019 | Regional Overview: Middle East and Africa

PT Ventures, a subsidiary of Brazilian telecoms group Oi, has won a US$650 million ICC case against its fellow shareholders in Angolan mobile carrier…
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Garrigues | Angola, Democratic Republic of Congo, Egypt, etc. | 28 Mar 2019

Newsletter Arbitraje Internacional - Marzo 2019 | Panorama regional: Oriente Medio y África

PT Ventures, filial del grupo de Telecomunicaciones brasileño Oi, ha ganado un arbitraje de la CCI de 650 millones de USD contra los demás socios del…
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Arent Fox LLP | Global, USA | 21 Mar 2019

Challenges to Arbitrators Under the Proposed New ICSID Rules

On March 15, 2019, the International Centre for the Settlement of Disputes released Working Paper # 2 with comments and proposals for amendment of…
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Garrigues | Brazil, Colombia, Global, etc. | 19 Feb 2019

Newsletter Arbitraje Internacional - Febrero 2019 | Panorama regional: El continente americano

Un tribunal arbitral de la Cámara de Comercio brasileño-canadiense ha dictado Sentencia a favor de la autoridad portuaria Codesp, responsable del…
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Garrigues | Brazil, Colombia, Global, etc. | 19 Feb 2019

International Arbitration Newsletter - February 2019 | Regional Overview: The Americas

A Brazil-Canada Chamber of Commerce tribunal has issued an award in favour of the state´s port authority Codesp, that oversees South America’s largest…
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Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer | Netherlands | 14 Feb 2019

NAI introduces enhanced transparency policy

The Netherlands Arbitration Institute (NAI) recently introduced a new transparency policy, which aims to enhance the transparency of arbitral proceedings without harming their confidential nature. This is a promising step by the NAI, which will hopefully contribute to a more cost-effective, efficient and credible arbitration practice in the Netherlands.
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Duane Morris LLP | Singapore | 28 Jan 2019

Case Note: The Singapore Court of Appeal Affirms Singapore’s Role as a Hub for Investment Arbitration

The Singapore Court of Appeal decision in Swissbourgh Diamond Mines (Pty) Ltd and others v Kingdom of Lesotho…
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Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLP | Global | 17 Jan 2019

International Arbitration Community Turns Its Focus to Cybersecurity

International arbitration has long offered participants the benefit of maintaining confidentiality in high-stakes cases. Like virtually all modern…
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Jones Day | Singapore | 2 Jan 2019

Singapore’s Highest Court Sets Aside Investment Treaty Award

A group of South African mining investors attempted to revive an investment treaty award by which the Kingdom of Lesotho was…
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