Kazakhstan Wants 2nd Chance On Suit Over $506M Award
Law360 (April 30, 2019, 7:14 PM EDT) -- Kazakhstan will challenge a D.C. federal judge's decision to toss its "ill-advised" racketeering suit against Moldovan investors who won a half-billion-dollar arbitral award against the country, according to documents filed Monday.
The country filed a notice of appeal asking the D.C. Circuit to revisit U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson's March 30 decision, in which she concluded that the country had failed to prove its claims against Anatolie Stati, his son Gabriel Stati and their companies.
Kazakhstan had accused the Statis of engaging in "a sophisticated and wide-ranging illegal pattern of racketeering" by submitting false evidence to the arbitral tribunal that...
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