The Irish Times | 20-May-2022
The Irish Government could come under further pressure in the autumn with a Supreme Court judgment on a legal challenge to the EU-Canada trade deal expected soon.
The Hindu | 20-May-2022
Ras Al-Khaimah Investment Authority’s claim that non-supply of bauxite from Visakhapatnam was in breach of the Bilateral Investment Treaty between India and the UAE was dismissed by the International Dispute Resolution Centre.
Salisbury Journal | 19-May-2022
Protestors will be gathering to march to the Rockhopper Exploration headquarters. The company is suing the Italian government for £236 million due to its refusal to allow oil drilling off the Adriatic Coast.
Brig Newspaper | 19-May-2022
Global Justice Stirling is holding a rally against corporate courts in front of Buchanan Galleries in Glasgow.
National Observer | 19-May-2022
Canadian mining companies continue to sue developing countries for environmental policies that affect their profitability and often win huge payouts from these poorer countries, a new report states.
Reuters | 18-May-2022
US-based oil producer Talos Energy has temporarily suspended pursuit of an arbitration claim against Mexico amid high-level talks over one of the country’s flagship offshore projects.
bnamericas | 18-May-2022
Mining companies are continuing to face political and community headwinds in Guatemala, as authorities push on with consultations needed to lift suspensions that have crippled the industry in recent years.
Euractiv | 17-May-2022
More European Union countries have shown signs of impatience with the ongoing reform of the Energy Charter Treaty, which critics say impedes efforts to phase out fossil fuels, according to leaked diplomatic cables.
The Guardian | 17-May-2022
One of the biggest barriers will be the legal infrastructure that oil and gas companies and some coal companies have constructed to defend their investments, through treaties like the energy charter treaty.
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.

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