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A French trade credit insurance company has urged a Florida federal court to pause a mobile phone distributor's lawsuit to determine the proper seat for an arbitration relating to a $25 million coverage dispute, calling the case "an example of forum shopping gone awry."
An international tribunal has unanimously rejected all of Spanish tuna fishing company Albacora SA's allegations in a $56 million arbitration involving Ecuador that stemmed from a dispute over tax exemptions, the country said.
A Texas energy company has told a federal court that a Canadian oil and gas products supplier is trying to delay the resolution of their dispute over allegedly misappropriated funds by seeking to consolidate a pair of lawsuits.
In Law360’s latest glimpse of the World Trade Organization’s Dispute Settlement Body, the U.S. delegation makes a play to increase transparency in WTO legal proceedings, while disputes over solar panel tariffs and sugar subsidies lurch ahead.
Blackstone is reportedly mulling selling off a Cheniere Energy Partners stake, Mishcon de Reya LLP is said to be exploring options including a potential public offering or a stake sale, and Apple is reportedly deep in talks to buy Intel Corp.'s smartphone-modem chip unit.