Energy Newsletter - October 2012


In This Issue:

- DISPUTE RESOLUTION: International Arbitration: Extra Heavy Crude Oil: An Increased Potential for International Disputes by Louis-Alexis Bret

- International Arbitration: Second Circuit Clarifies Scope of Post-Award Judicial Review of Arbitrability by James E. Berger, Charlene C. Sun

- Climate Change Litigation: Ninth Circuit Rejects Plaintiffs’ Claims for Damages for Alleged Climate Change-Related Injury by Jonathan L. Marsh

- TRANSACTIONAL: Corporate: International Joint Ventures in the Oil & Gas Sector by Marcus Young

- REGULATORY FERC: FERC Issues Show Cause Order Against J.P. Morgan Ventures Energy Corporation by Neil L. Levy, David G. Tewksbury, and Grace Su

- EU Competition Law: Greek Public Power Company Wins EU Court Challenge by Suzanne Rab

- Global Competition Law: Competition Commission of India goes full power with investigation against Coal India — A Study in Contrast to a Recent European Commission Decision by Suzanne Rab

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