Analysis: In anti-arbitration injunctions issued against Czechia’s CEZ and Austrian OMV’s gas trading subsidiary, Russian court reaffirms that sanctions render international arbitration agreements unenforceable

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Analysis: In recently surfaced decades-old awards, ICC tribunal decided on costs incurred during pre-damages phase; claimant was awarded damages for unlawful termination of power plant construction project and loss of financing opportunity

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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

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Revealed: ICC tribunal chaired by Cristián Conejero is hearing Czech CEZ’s claims against Gazprom Export, while respondent is asking Russian court for anti-arbitration injunction

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[Updated] Revealed: In Russian proceedings pertaining to anti-arbitration injunction directed against Geneva-seated arbitration, OMV challenges Gazprom’s arguments on requirements for exclusive jurisdiction of Russian court and effect of EU and Swiss sanctions against Russian nationals

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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

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US court denies en banc rehearing of Devas v. Antrix appeal, upholding minimum contacts requirement under FSIA; dissenters criticize circuit for perpetuating outlier position

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Analysis: UK Court of Appeal overturns High Court’s decision and grants anti-suit injunction, finding that choice of Paris as arbitration seat did not negate choice of English law as the governing law

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Emergency arbitrator declines to retract order against Congo’s state-owned mining company, but finds that further measures should wait for imminent constitution of main tribunal

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Analysis: UK High Court finds that mega-award against Nigeria should not be allowed to stand, in view of claimant’s dishonesty during the proceedings; judge muses that transparency may help avoid similar cases

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UK Court of Appeal overturns SQD v. QYP High Court decision, granting anti-suit and anti-enforcement injunctions against Russian court proceedings and in favour of Paris-seated arbitration, based on evidence from French law experts

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Analysis: UK High Court grants anti-suit injunction against Russian domestic court proceedings lodged in violation of ICC arbitration clause, distinguishing SQD v. QYP

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Paris Court of Appeal finds that “sparse and dated” links between arbitrator and appointing party do not suffice to consider that tribunal was improperly constituted

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UK High Court reverts to rejecting anti-suit injunction against sanctioned Russian party, this time in inter-partes proceedings – distinguishing recent Court of Appeal decision

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[Updated] Reficar seeks §1782 U.S. Code discovery to fight corporate restructuring that would allegedly annihilate billion-dollar ICC award in favor of the state entity

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Uncovered: In ICC award issued in dispute between Chinese and Venezuelan state-owned companies, tribunal decides to hear claims stemming from 26 contracts in one single arbitration and sees no evidence of corruption, awarding damages for unpaid purchase orders

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Analysis: US appeals court upholds ICC award between Panama Canal consortium and Panamanian state entity, finding that mere indications of professional familiarity are insufficient to establish arbitrators’ partiality

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