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International Arbitration

International Arbitration Law360 provides breaking news and analysis on international arbitration law. Coverage includes international arbitration proceedings, policy developments that affect international arbitration, and legal challenges to arbitration rulings.



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Latest News in International Arbitration

  • April 24, 2019

    Puerto Rico Insurer Argues Against Arbitration In $150M Suit

    A $150 million reinsurance fight over Puerto Rico's damage from hurricanes Maria and Irma cannot be arbitrated without breaking the island's laws, the Puerto Rican insurer Integrand told a federal court Tuesday.

  • April 24, 2019

    ExxonMobil Looks To Arbitrate Papua New Guinea Oil Row

    A Canadian ExxonMobil unit urged a Texas federal court to force three companies to arbitrate a contract dispute over rights in a Papua New Guinea petroleum retention license.

  • April 24, 2019

    EU Threatened With Arbitration Over Pipeline Regulations

    A Swiss energy infrastructure company with ties to the Russian government has threatened the European Union with an investor-state claim over regulations that may apply to its planned natural gas pipeline from Russia to Germany, a project in which it has invested billions of euros.

  • April 24, 2019

    PE Fund Still Saddled With $2.25M Arbitral Award

    A Florida federal judge on Tuesday upheld a $2.25 million arbitration award against an affiliate of a Delaware-based private equity fund related to its $70 million sale of a Jamaican fuel distributor, ruling that the affiliate failed to prove that an arbitrator in the case was conflicted.

  • April 24, 2019

    Black Diamond Asks 2nd Circ. To Restore Reduced Award

    Asset management firm Black Diamond is asking the Second Circuit to overturn a New York federal court's decision to vacate a $37 million arbitral award relating to the distribution of a bankrupt borrower's assets after the judge found the arbitrators acted in "manifest disregard" of the law.

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