CIS Round-Up: Updates on UK and US enforcement proceedings in Yukos shareholders dispute, arbitration-related developments before Russia’s courts, a new arbitration threat against Belarus, and the conclusion of a motorway dispute with Moldova

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CIS Round-Up: UK Court of Appeal grants anti-suit injunction, Azerbaijan introduces new arbitration law, and Kazakh Senate approves investment treaty with Qatar

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CIS Round-Up: Russian court refuses to issue interim anti-arbitration injunction against Ericsson but finds that it has jurisdiction over case despite arbitration clause; Yukos appeals move forward, and Ukraine announces wins in recent arbitrations

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CIS Round-Up: Russian courts issue anti-arbitration injunctions against Europol Gaz and Siemens, oil companies threaten arbitration against Kazakhstan, and possible arbitration claims stemming from Nagorno-Karabakh conflict

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CIS Round-Up: Updates on arbitration-related court proceedings, new developments in cases involving Georgia, and other news involving CIS region arbitrations

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West Africa Round-Up: Ghana’s Attorney-General obtains anti-arbitration injunction against Australian miner, another emergency order is issued in pipeline dispute with Chad, and a builder seeks to revive contract award against Gabon

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South Korea Round-Up: Lone Star files for annulment, Iran’s Central Bank to start arbitration over 7+ billion USD in frozen assets, and a look at the impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on Korean business

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Central and Western Africa Round-Up: Arbitration between Chinese miner and the DRC surfaces, a looming claim against the Central African Republic, and developments in disputes involving Chad, Cameroon, and Angola

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Gazprom Round-Up: Claims by Slovenian Petrol and Polish EuRoPol GAZ add to the pile of arbitrations against Gazprom; earlier claim by the Russian gas giant against Polish PGNiG comes to light

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Gazprom Round-Up: New arbitration claims by Italian oil major Eni and Czech Net4Gas, hearing dates, and other developments in pending cases against the Russian gas giant

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Ukraine Round-Up: A pair of ISDS-related Supreme Court decisions, a series of wartime property seizures affecting previous ISDS users, a potential war reparations mechanism, and other recent developments

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West Africa Round-Up: An arbitration over turbines brewing against Angola, Nigeria contests the application of the ICC’s expedited rules, news regarding a lithium mining arbitration, and post-award developments in cases involving Congo and Cameroon

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West Africa Round-Up: An ICC emergency award against Chad, a trial for bribery in London, a new arbitration regarding the Olembé stadium in Cameroon, and developments in domestic cases against Equatorial Guinea and Angola

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Balkans Round-Up: New cases involving Greece, Bosnia and Slovenia surface, an ECHR decision, and other developments in the region

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Gazprom Round-Up: One arbitration concludes, as another multi-billion EUR case is initiated; additional arbitration claims are on the horizon

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Portugal Round-Up: A new arbitration case arising from the pandemic, an award in a construction dispute, an ongoing conflict with a Lone Star-controlled bank, and a high-speed rail 150 million EUR award being challenged

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Argentina Round-Up: two new ICC arbitrations stemming from the state’s decision to walk back on settlement of previous ICSID claim, a new decision, and an update on other pending cases against the state

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CIS Round-Up: Russian court deems arbitration clauses unenforceable against sanctioned entities, new cases, concluded disputes, and an ECtHR ruling

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Libya prevails in set-aside and enforcement proceedings before France’s Cour de cassation, but fails to block partial enforcement of BIT award in Germany

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Brazil Round-Up: Telecoms arbitrations are getting underway, Brazil and several state-owned entities are involved in security cases arising from Lavo Jato corruption scandal, and an update on other ongoing and past arbitrations

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Balkans Round-Up: Outcome of a politically sensitive arbitration comes to light, termination of intra-EU BITs, new decisions, and Serbia changes FOI law with arbitration in mind

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Southeast Asia Round-Up: Award in dispute with Thailand is delayed by joint consent, Myanmar faces multiple arbitration threats, and a rail company brings claim against the Philippines

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Mexico Round-Up: Marine services award surfaces, a failed constitutional reform, and potential claims over nationalization of lithium exploitation

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Mexico Round-Up: Supreme Court of Justice upholds contested electricity reform, provisional measures requests and decisions, virtual and in-person hearings, and an application for an additional award

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CIS Round-Up: A new award is uncovered, two Supreme Court decisions, a failed set-aside bid, and other arbitration-related developments

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India Round-Up: New notices of dispute, a new treaty arbitration, India is urged to update its model BIT, and Supreme Court confirms liquidation of Devas while efforts to enforce related treaty awards are ongoing

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Western Africa Round-Up: An update on arbitration-related developments involving the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Republic of Congo, Ghana and Mali

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[Updated] Southeast Asia Round-Up: Arbitrators are revealed in claims by Chevron and Total against Thailand, a new threat against Vietnam, arbitrations involving Indonesia and the Philippines conclude, and RCEP ratifications pass hurdle for entry into force

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Mexico Round-Up: A new treaty-based notice of dispute concerning a higher education investment, a proposed constitutional reform giving rise to speculations about potential arbitration claims, a settlement, and updates on various other cases

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Kyrgyzstan Round-Up: A new treaty-based case is uncovered, set-aside proceedings are revived, and updates on various other cases

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Southern and Eastern Africa Round-Up: A new award against Kenya’s airport authority, an ICC case involving Zimbabwe, and disputes looming in Burundi

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Egypt Round-Up: A bifurcation decision, a provisional measures request, and new legislation on arbitration awards and agreements

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Balkans Round-Up: A new case surfaces, freedom of information decisions by Bosnia and Serbia, and updates on various other arbitration-related developments in the region

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CIS Round-Up: Russia may be facing additional under-the-radar cases, a new damages award, and several cases nearing an end

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Ukraine Round-Up: Tobacco companies receive favourable Supreme Court decisions, an ICC set-aside decision, a new case on the horizon, and other arbitration-related developments

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Romania Round-Up: Two under-the-radar BIT tribunals, claimant in ICSID dispute decries UNESCO classification, and newly-uncovered ICC arbitrations

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Central America Round-Up: A notice of dispute, a new tribunal, and other arbitration-related developments

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Kyrgyzstan Round-Up: A new tribunal, more details about a mining case, and several arbitrations nearing an end

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Kosovo Round-Up: One case is discontinued, details surface about several pending arbitrations, and further updates

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Mexico Round-Up: Two settlements, a new claim, and an update on various other arbitration proceedings

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Turkey Round-Up: Istanbul Canal project prompts political debate focusing on potential arbitration claims, an arbitration nearing an end, and an update on various other arbitration-related developments

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Western Africa Round-Up: A $70 million loss for Ghana, Angola is set to ratify the ICSID Convention, a new ICC tribunal in a dispute involving Ivory Coast, and a mining mediation with the Central African Republic

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Southern and Eastern Africa Round-Up: A new ICC case against Kenya, a tribunal in an arbitration started by Mozambique, US proceedings against Angola, and enforcement efforts in relation to an award against Tanzania

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Germany Round-Up: A new ICSID case, a bifurcation decision, a newly-disclosed tribunal, and an update on other arbitration-related developments

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Mexico Round-Up: A NAFTA legacy claim, push-back on a new hydrocarbons law, speculations over a new mining claim, and updates on various other cases against the state

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