All posts by Damien Charlotin

About Damien Charlotin

Damien Charlotin is IAReporter's Data Editor and a Senior Analyst.

Singapore court finds that challenge by Indonesia’s Ministry of Defence against enforcement of satellite services award is belated; allegations of fraud, though arguable, would not suffice to oppose enforcement

You are not logged in. If you are a subscriber, please Login to access. If you are not a subscriber, you can contact us for a rate quote at subscribe@iareporter.com. Alternatively, you can sign up to receive free email headlines here.

Swiss Federal Tribunal upholds intra-EU ECT award against Spain, finding that CJEU’s rulings should be given “no particular value”

You are not logged in. If you are a subscriber, please Login to access. If you are not a subscriber, you can contact us for a rate quote at subscribe@iareporter.com. Alternatively, you can sign up to receive free email headlines here.

Treaty award that held Poland liable for denial of justice is revived, as Belgium’s Cour de cassation finds that lower court impermissibly reviewed the merits

You are not logged in. If you are a subscriber, please Login to access. If you are not a subscriber, you can contact us for a rate quote at subscribe@iareporter.com. Alternatively, you can sign up to receive free email headlines here.

[Updated with Award] Analysis: Tribunal in second Glencore v. Colombia arbitration finds that state’s failure to remedy inequitable situation was arbitrary and discriminatory, but investors’ own “comparative fault” leads to lower damages and interest

You are not logged in. If you are a subscriber, please Login to access. If you are not a subscriber, you can contact us for a rate quote at subscribe@iareporter.com. Alternatively, you can sign up to receive free email headlines here.

Revealed: ICSID tribunal in MetLife v. Argentina sees no customary international law limitation period and finds that state expropriated pension fund’s assets, but quantum is reduced to fraction of damages claimed

You are not logged in. If you are a subscriber, please Login to access. If you are not a subscriber, you can contact us for a rate quote at subscribe@iareporter.com. Alternatively, you can sign up to receive free email headlines here.

Analysis: UNCITRAL tribunal finds that political interference with outcome of public tender breached Kyrgyzstan-Lithuania BIT, but awards only a fraction of damages claimed

You are not logged in. If you are a subscriber, please Login to access. If you are not a subscriber, you can contact us for a rate quote at subscribe@iareporter.com. Alternatively, you can sign up to receive free email headlines here.

West Africa Round-Up: Tribunals in place for tax dispute with Ghana, enforcement measures taken against Gabon and the Republic of Congo, and developments in cases involving the Central African Republic and the Democratic Republic of Congo

You are not logged in. If you are a subscriber, please Login to access. If you are not a subscriber, you can contact us for a rate quote at subscribe@iareporter.com. Alternatively, you can sign up to receive free email headlines here.

Analysis: Dutch Advocate General opines that three judgments that upheld treaty awards against Russia should be confirmed, while judgment that failed to engage with material evidence of illegality should be remanded

You are not logged in. If you are a subscriber, please Login to access. If you are not a subscriber, you can contact us for a rate quote at subscribe@iareporter.com. Alternatively, you can sign up to receive free email headlines here.

Dutch Advocate General advises Supreme Court to uphold treaty awards against Russia – with one exception for judgment that failed to sufficiently address Russia’s illegality objection

You are not logged in. If you are a subscriber, please Login to access. If you are not a subscriber, you can contact us for a rate quote at subscribe@iareporter.com. Alternatively, you can sign up to receive free email headlines here.

Pair of awards against city of Lima are upheld at the seat, as US court is unconvinced by corruption allegations and “troubled” by municipality’s decision to lodge criminal proceedings against the arbitrators in pending third case

You are not logged in. If you are a subscriber, please Login to access. If you are not a subscriber, you can contact us for a rate quote at subscribe@iareporter.com. Alternatively, you can sign up to receive free email headlines here.

Analysis: Tribunal in Red Eagle v. Colombia splits on whether minimum standard of treaty protects legitimate expectations; majority rules that Colombia did not breach FTA when banning high-altitude mining

You are not logged in. If you are a subscriber, please Login to access. If you are not a subscriber, you can contact us for a rate quote at subscribe@iareporter.com. Alternatively, you can sign up to receive free email headlines here.

UK High Court dismisses bulk of Czech Republic’s bid to set aside Diag Human award; some jurisdictional objections and infra petita allegation will be further addressed in subsequent decision

You are not logged in. If you are a subscriber, please Login to access. If you are not a subscriber, you can contact us for a rate quote at subscribe@iareporter.com. Alternatively, you can sign up to receive free email headlines here.

NAFTA tribunal grants request by local indigenous representative to make amicus submission, but declines to repeat non-aggravation order in light of recent conduct by Mexico

You are not logged in. If you are a subscriber, please Login to access. If you are not a subscriber, you can contact us for a rate quote at subscribe@iareporter.com. Alternatively, you can sign up to receive free email headlines here.

Revealed: Majority of ad hoc committee sees manifest failure to exercise jurisdiction and contradictory reasons in tribunal’s approach to claim on the merits

You are not logged in. If you are a subscriber, please Login to access. If you are not a subscriber, you can contact us for a rate quote at subscribe@iareporter.com. Alternatively, you can sign up to receive free email headlines here.

ICSID ad hoc committee majority partially annuls Agility v. Iraq award, finding that tribunal failed to exercise jurisdiction and state reasons in dismissing claim on the merits

You are not logged in. If you are a subscriber, please Login to access. If you are not a subscriber, you can contact us for a rate quote at subscribe@iareporter.com. Alternatively, you can sign up to receive free email headlines here.

In unprecedented ruling, ICSID ad hoc committee hearing mining dispute with Tanzania dismisses most grounds for annulment for being manifestly without legal merit

You are not logged in. If you are a subscriber, please Login to access. If you are not a subscriber, you can contact us for a rate quote at subscribe@iareporter.com. Alternatively, you can sign up to receive free email headlines here.

French court rules that BIT cases lodged by claimant do not amount to waiver of related contract award against Egyptian state-owned entity; previously undisclosed treaty case comes to light

You are not logged in. If you are a subscriber, please Login to access. If you are not a subscriber, you can contact us for a rate quote at subscribe@iareporter.com. Alternatively, you can sign up to receive free email headlines here.

UK High Court temporarily upholds registration of ICSID award against Spain, but final ruling is postponed until Court of Appeal’s decision on intra-EU issue

You are not logged in. If you are a subscriber, please Login to access. If you are not a subscriber, you can contact us for a rate quote at subscribe@iareporter.com. Alternatively, you can sign up to receive free email headlines here.

Yukos shareholders cannot compel Russia’s counsel to hand over allegedly-privileged documents

You are not logged in. If you are a subscriber, please Login to access. If you are not a subscriber, you can contact us for a rate quote at subscribe@iareporter.com. Alternatively, you can sign up to receive free email headlines here.

Analysis: ICISD ad hoc committees hearing cross annulment requests in Lone Star v. South Korea continue stay of enforcement, stressing that claimants cannot seek both award’s partial annulment and its enforcement

You are not logged in. If you are a subscriber, please Login to access. If you are not a subscriber, you can contact us for a rate quote at subscribe@iareporter.com. Alternatively, you can sign up to receive free email headlines here.

Analysis: ICSID tribunal concludes that Tunisia breached FET standard under customary international law, but awards only nominal damages for lost shares in local bank

You are not logged in. If you are a subscriber, please Login to access. If you are not a subscriber, you can contact us for a rate quote at subscribe@iareporter.com. Alternatively, you can sign up to receive free email headlines here.

Ukraine’s Naftogaz reportedly obtains recognition of 4.2+ billion USD award against Russia

You are not logged in. If you are a subscriber, please Login to access. If you are not a subscriber, you can contact us for a rate quote at subscribe@iareporter.com. Alternatively, you can sign up to receive free email headlines here.

Analysis: Ad hoc committee in Sodexo v. Hungary found that decision on intra-EU objection was tenable and intelligible, while tribunal was entitled not to reopen proceedings to introduce further evidence

You are not logged in. If you are a subscriber, please Login to access. If you are not a subscriber, you can contact us for a rate quote at subscribe@iareporter.com. Alternatively, you can sign up to receive free email headlines here.

Analysis: In Sodexo v. Hungary, tribunal split on distinction between “expropriation” and “dispossession”, but full tribunal found that Hungarian reform of meal voucher market breached BIT

You are not logged in. If you are a subscriber, please Login to access. If you are not a subscriber, you can contact us for a rate quote at subscribe@iareporter.com. Alternatively, you can sign up to receive free email headlines here.

Singapore appeal judges find that India is estopped from challenging enforcement of Deutsche Telekom award on grounds that state has previously failed to convince set-aside court

You are not logged in. If you are a subscriber, please Login to access. If you are not a subscriber, you can contact us for a rate quote at subscribe@iareporter.com. Alternatively, you can sign up to receive free email headlines here.