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Gasum to Take Gazprom Export to Arbitration over Roubles Payments Dispute

23 May 2022, by Diego Luis Alonso Massa

In a press release dated 17 May 2022, Finland's state-owned energy provider Gasum announced that it will not accede to Russian Gazprom Export's...

Investment Arbitration News In A Nutshell

23 May 2022, by TAO

INVESTMENT ARBITRATION WEEK No. 20, May 2022 THIS IS WHAT YOU ALSO NEED TO KNOW… *HSBC Latin American Holdings (UK) Limited v. Republic of El ...

Mexico Orders Vulcan Materials Co. To Shutdown Last Limestone Mine Operating In the State Of Quintana Roo, Aggravating Their Existing Dispute

19 May 2022, by Diego Luis Alonso Massa

The Mexican government has ordered Vulcan Materials Co. (Vulcan) to cease its underwater extraction operations at its SAC-TUN subsidiary...

German Bundestag Approves Bill Allowing For Possible Expropriation Of Energy Companies

19 May 2022, by Diego Luis Alonso Massa

On 12 May 2022, the German Bundestag (Lower House of Parliament) approved a bill that provides for the expropriation of critical energy...

Investment Arbitration News In A Nutshell

16 May 2022, by TAO

 INVESTMENT ARBITRATION WEEK No. 19, May 2022 THIS IS WHAT YOU ALSO NEED TO KNOW… *EEPL Holdings v Republic of Congo (ICSID Case No. ...

South African Court Finds Arbitral Tribunal’s Decision to Grant Amendment Was Neither An Award Nor Reviewable Under the UNCITRAL Model Law

13 May 2022, by Dean Ehrlich

When will an arbitral tribunal’s decision be an ‘award’ and therefore subject to appeal or review under the Model Law? This was...

Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr Inc., Webber Wentzel Attorneys

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New Devas Arbitration Notice Clarifies The Grounds Relied Upon In Support of USD 1.3 Million Claim Against India

12 May 2022, by Diego Luis Alonso Massa

As previously reported by TAO [see here], the three Devas shareholders – CC/Devas (Mauritius) Ltd, Telcom Devas Mauritius Limited and Devas...

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP