Clorox Spain S.L. v. Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela,Case No. 2015-30
India found in breach of BIT with Germany by UNCITRAL tribunal in respect of agreement for lease of electromagnetic spectrum
DEUTSCHE TELEKOM AG V. THE REPUBLIC OF INDIA,CASE NO. 2014-10
Tribunal finds expropriation of investment by Bolivia due to non-payment of compensation but awards only sunk costs to British investor
SOUTH AMERICAN SILVER LIMITED (BERMUDA) V. THE PLURINATIONAL STATE OF BOLIVIA,CASE NO. 2013-15
In May 2018, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs published its new draft model bilateral investment treaty (), in hopes to foster rethinking of existing and future Dutch BITs. Will this revised model achieve this goal, or does it fall short of the promised policy reset?
Jürgen Wirtgen, Stefan Wirtgen, Gisela Wirtgen and JSW Solar (zwei) GmbH & Co. KG v. Czech Republic,Case No. 2014-03
Claims brought by a company controlled by an Egyptian billionaire against Algeria are held inadmissible
Orascom TMT Investments S.à r.l. v. People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria,Case No. ARB/12/35
UNCITRAL tribunal dismisses allegations of Hungarian investor’s bribery and refuses to set aside contract with Croatia
The Republic of Croatia v. MOL Hungarian Oil and Gas Plc,Case No 2014-15
WNC v. Czechia: tribunal dismisses expropriation claim and determines that it has no jurisdiction over all other claims
WNC Factoring Limited v. The Czech Republic,Case No. 2014-34
Argentina has come back to thenegotiation arena after a 15-year halt, concluding a treaty with Qatar and engaging in ongoing negotiations with Japan. The new treaty includes traditional along with innovative provisions.
tribunal dismisses claims brought against Indonesia based on forged mining licences Churchill Mining PLC and Planet Mining Pty Ltd v. Republic of Indonesia, ICSID Case No. ARB/12/14 and ICSID Case No. ARB/12/40 Inaê Siqueira de Oliveira [*] After rendering separate decisions on jurisdiction¾one for the case brought by British company Churchill Mining PLC under the United […]
Peter A. Allard v. The Government of Barbados,Case No. 2012-06 On June 27, 2016, a tribunal under the auspices of the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) dismissed all claims by Canadian businessman Peter A. Allard against Barbados under the Canada–Barbados bilateral investment treaty ( ) and the Arbitration Rules of the United Nations Commission […]
Mr. Kristian Almås and Mr. Geir Almås v. The Republic of Poland,Case No. 2015-13 – Claudia María Arietti López
Ecuador’s levy on extraordinary oil profits at a 99% rate has breached Murphy’s legitimate expectations, decides PCA tribunal
Murphy Exploration & Production Company – International v. Republic of Ecuador,Case No. 2012-16 (formerly AA 434) – Inaê Siqueira de Oliveira
Copper Mesa Mining Corporation v. Republic of Ecuador,No. 2012-2 – Matthew Levine
The long-expected final award has been rendered in the high-profile case initiated by tobacco giant Philip Morris in early 2010 against Uruguay over its tobacco control measures.
Corporate restructuring and abuse of rights: PCA tribunal deems Philip Morris’s claims against Australia’s tobacco plain packaging rules inadmissible
Philip Morris Asia Limited v. The Commonwealth of Australia,Case No. 2012-12
US$50 billion awards against Russia in Yukos Cases are set aside by Dutch Court
TTIP draft to be prepared by July;being built based on both and US proposals
China – US: ISDS to be included; ongoing negotiations on negative lists
Three mining disputes: The first investment disputes against Colombia come to light
Canada-European Unionre-concluded in February to incorporate the EU proposal
Secondclaim filed against Uruguay; Philip Morris decision still pending
Singapore International Arbitration centre releases investment arbitration rules
In a judgment dated April 20, 2016, the District Court of The Hague, in the Netherlands, set aside awards that had ordered Russia to pay US$50 billion to the shareholders of Yukos, a bankrupt oil company.
On December 17, 2015, a tribunal at the Permanent Court of Arbitration () issued its jurisdictional award in the case of tobacco giant Philip Morris against Australia over the country’s tobacco plain packaging legislation.
By Elizabeth Whitsitt January 13, 2010 In a decision not yet released to the public, it has been reported that former Yukos shareholders may proceed to the merits phase of their multi-billion dollar expropriation claim against the Russian government. According to various sources* a tribunal of the Permanent Court of Arbitration () in The Hague […]