Korea Herald | 10-oct-2022
South Korea has spent nearly 68.5 billion won ($48.1 million) in total to fight and settle investor-state dispute settlements since 2013,#including its battle with US-based private equity firm Lone Star, data showed.
Pulse | 3-oct-2022
The South Korean government is found to have spent nearly $40 million in litigation expenses for its decade-long legal dispute against US private equity firm Lone Star Funds.
The Korea Times | 5-sep-2022
The total amount of claims asked by claimants against the Korean government exceeds $1.2 billion.
Yonhap | 1er-sep-2022
Le ministère de la Justice coréen a exprimé sa volonté de demander une annulation de la décision du CIRDI condamnant la Corée du Sud à verser 216,5 millions de dollars à la société de capitale-investissement américaine Lone Star Fund.
Korea Herald | 1er-sep-2022
South Korea plans to seek annulment of an international tribunal’s verdict to compensate Lone Star Funds in a decade long investor-to-state dispute arbitration.
Yonhap | 31-aoû-2022
Un tribunal internacional ha ordenado a Corea del Sur pagar 216,5 millones de dólares a la firma estadounidense de capital privado Lone Star Funds, poniendo fin a una batalla legal de décadas.
Yonhap | 31-aoû-2022
An international tribunal ordered South Korea to pay the US private equity firm Lone Star Funds US$216.5 million, bringing an end to a decade long legal battle surrounding its sell-off of a local bank.
Yonhap | 31-aoû-2022
Un tribunal international a ordonné à la Corée du Sud de verser à la société de capital-investissement américaine Lone Star Funds 216,5 millions de dollars, mettant fin à une bataille juridique de 10 ans.
Korea Herald | 26-aoû-2022
The Korean public has been in outrage over the matter for more than a decade, claiming that the case was an international “fraud” committed by an overseas private equity firm.
Yonhap | 29-jui-2022
An international tribunal declared an end to all proceedings in a multi-billion dollar suit the US private equity firm Lone Star filed against South Korea’s government 10 years ago.