Libia
Lexology | 8-abr-2021
The Paris Court of Appeal recently issued a noteworthy decision that will likely have a significant impact on the use of the OIC Agreement, one of the largest multilateral investment treaties.
CNN | 24-feb-2021
An aribtral tribunal ordered Libya to pay the Al Kharafi Group $930 million in damages. The Al Kharafi Group sued the Libyan state in France too, so when Gadhafi’s A340 landed in France, they sought to have it impounded.
La Lettre A | 24-oct-2020
Près de dix ans après le début du conflit libyen, une créance d’un milliard d’euros fait toujours l’objet d’âpres batailles juridiques entre Paris, Tripoli et Koweït city.
Africa Intelligence | 1ro-oct-2020
Le groupe koweïtien Al Kharafi veut faire confirmer ses saisies des actifs français du fonds souverain libyen LIA. Mais la sentence arbitrale dont il se prévaut a été annulée par la justice égyptienne.
Lexology | 16-jun-2020
On 3 June 2020, the Cairo Court of Appeal set aside a US$ 1 billion investment treaty award arising out of a dispute between a Kuwaiti construction company and the State of Libya, in relation to a license for a tourist development project in Tripoli, Libya.
Kluwer Arbitration Blog | 4-jun-2020
A number of noteworthy decisions by the Paris Court of Appeal and French Supreme Court have come to refine on the now well-established French case law on international arbitration.
The Independent | 5-dic-2015
The Airbus sits abandoned on the edge of an airport in south-west France, while a legal battle rages over its ownership.
Le Monde | 30-nov-2015
L’A340 ultra luxueux de l’ex-dictateur libyen Mouammar Kadhafi croupit à l’aéroport de Perpignan et se retrouve au cœur d’une épique bataille judiciaire pour définir le nom de son prochain propriétaire.
IISD | 20-ene-2014
Libya ordered to pay US$935 million to Kuwaiti company for cancelled investment project; jurisdiction established under Unified Agreement for the Investment of Arab Capital.