Ukraine
OpinioJuris | 21-Jul-2022
Unsatisfyingly, ISDS permits international investment law to exist in a vacuum that enables those tasked with adjudicating disputes to turn a blind eye to international humanitarian law norms.
Reuters | 13-May-2022
Russia’s top lender Sberbank initiated investment arbitration proceedings against Ukraine after its parliament approved a presidential decree allowing for the forced seizure of Sberbank-owned assets in the country.
Interfax | 3-Nov-2021
SREW N.V., an open joint-stock company registered in Belgium, which owns 75% of the charter capital of Dnipro-Buzka wind plant LLC, has initiated arbitration against Ukraine.
Delfi | 2-Aug-2021
The Ukrainian owners of Lithuania’s air defense systems developer and producer LiTak-Tak has submitted a claim to the Lithuanian government, saying they will turn to international arbitration if no deal is reached within six months.
Lexology | 28-May-2021
The Paris Court of Appeal has set aside a $1.1 billion award against Russia for the expropriation of the Crimean branch of Ukrainian state-owned bank Oschadbank.
Unian | 28-May-2021
The dispute is about the assets it lost in Crimea, including the Donuzlav wind farm, which is now located in the temporarily occupied territory.
The Baltic Times | 19-Apr-2021
The ICSID in the case Eugene Kazmin v. Latvia issued its Award discontinuing the arbitration and ordering the Claimant, Ukrainian citizen Kazmin, to bear the costs of the proceeding.
Interfax | 14-Apr-2021
The companies of the Philip Morris International group on December 21, 2020 filed a claim about bilateral investment arbitration against the government of Ukraine.
Global Legal Chronicle | 9-Apr-2021
The Paris Court of appeal set aside the arbitral award issued in the dispute Oschadbank v. the Russian Federation, finding that the tribunal lacked temporal jurisdiction.

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