Quantum Quarterly - The Damages Newsletter - Issue 04 | 3Q 2012


In This Issue:

- An Interview with Professor John Y. Gotanda

- Impact of Derivatives on Damages in Oil & Gas Arbitrations

- Recent Damages Awards — Mobil

- El Paso Energy

- Our “Old But Still (Very) Useful” Section — The Libyan American Oil Co. v. Libya case

- Who We Are

- Contacts

- We are pleased to present the latest edition of Quantum Quarterly, a publication of King & Spalding’s International Arbitration Group. This edition includes an interview with noted damages academic John Y. Gotanda, an article on the potential effect of derivatives on damages claims, and summaries of recent damages awards. In addition, our “Old But Still (Very) Useful” section highlights the famous LIAMCO v. Libya case. As always, we welcome any feedback you may have.

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