Arbitration

Insolvent solar investor fails in claim against Italy

An arbitration tribunal has rejected an insolvent solar investor’s claim against Italy, finding that reforms to the country’s renewable energy regime were not irrational or arbitrary.

10 September 2020

Malta first: winding-up stayed in the face of bona fide dispute

In a first of its kind ruling, a Maltese court has stayed a winding-up application against local aircraft conversion company Eolia, finding evidence of a bona fide dispute.

06 August 2020

BVI court favours Hong Kong arbitration over liquidators

A British Virgin Islands court has dismissed an investment fund’s attempts to appoint liquidators over local company Fair Cheerful, finding a dispute between the parties should be arbitrated in Hong Kong.

20 July 2020

Community roundup: new recruits at Gordon Brothers, EY and Kirkland & Ellis

Gordon Brothers and EY have hired in Australia, Kirkland & Ellis and Thornton Grout Finnigan have recruited in Hong Kong and Toronto, and Quantuma and Freeths continue to expand in the UK.

20 July 2020

Ogier promotes one in Guernsey, hires two in London

Offshore firm Ogier has promoted Bryan de Verneuil-Smith in its Guernsey dispute resolution team and hired Jeremy Snead and Anna Snead from Appleby in the Cayman Islands.

03 July 2020

Policy-related complexities in parallel, cross-border insolvency and arbitration proceedings

“A party seeking to arbitrate claims against a debtor in a US bankruptcy proceeding faces an uphill climb”: lawyers from Vinson & Elkins explore some of the practical issues stemming from different policy considerations behind insolvency and arbitration laws across Europe and the US.

01 July 2020

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