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DISPUTE RESOLUTION: International Arbitration: Chevron Tribunal Declares Ecuador in Breach of Interim Awards

On February 7, 2013, an investment arbitration tribunal issued its third interim measures award in the Chevron vs. Ecuador case. The tribunal found Ecuador in breach of its previous award ordering Ecuador to take all measures...more

Eight Circuit Court of Appeals Affirms Dismissal under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act

Community Finance Group, Inc., et al. v. Republic of Kenya, et al., No. 11-1816 (8th Cir. 2011), decided an FSIA case with practical implications for international dispute resolution practitioners. ...more

Eleventh Circuit Determines That Some But Not All Claims Must Be Arbitrated

Jane Doe v. Princess Cruse Lines, Ltd., Jane Doe v. Princess Cruse Lines, Ltd., No. 10-10809 (11th Cir. 2011), addresses the important necessity of careful corporate drafting of international arbitration provisions, a topic...more

International Law -- ADR hits Europe

While mediation is a process familiar to most U.S. attorneys, this alternative dispute resolution method is undergoing a significant evolution in the European Union, and specifically Italy. In particular, the concept of...more

International Arbitral Panel Enjoins Ecuador in the Chevron Matter

In the ongoing battles between Chevron and Ecuadorian plaintiffs and, relatedly, with Ecuador itself, an international arbitration tribunal has issued a Second Interim Award on Interim Measures.  The matter is...more


Secretary of State for Justice, Ken Clarke, has published a new consultation on reforming Civil Justice in England and Wales in which he sets out plans to tackle the perceived compensation culture, restore proportionality in...more

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