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Entries in arbitration (5)

Tuesday
Jul032018

FCPA issues surface in $622 million U.S. arbitration award against Petrobras

Vantage Drilling's Titanium ExplorerBrazil's state oil company and one of its big U.S.-based drilling contractors are locked in bitter litigation following allegations that the contractor won a disputed contract by paying bribes through a middleman.

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Monday
Jan292018

Stéphane Bonifassi: Expanding involvement of courts in arbitration makes sense

Recently a trend toward state court review of arbitral awards has emerged, especially when criminal activity is alleged, and no matter what side of the debate you are on, there’s no denying a change is afoot. 

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Thursday
Jul092015

Alistair Craig: In arbitration, how much transparency is enough?

The degree of transparency to be afforded to Investor State Dispute Settlements (ISDS) arising from the proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) is currently exercising the EU parliament.

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Tuesday
Jan072014

Are integrity-related issues, like bribery, appropriate for arbitration?

An interesting aspect of the dispute that has arisen between AgustaWestland and the Indian government for the supply of 12 helicopters is the status of the arbitration agreement.

As the FCPA Blog has reported, the Indian government has rejected AgustaWestland's contentions that the contract cannot be terminated until the conclusion of arbitration on the grounds that integrity-related issues are not subject to such dispute resolution.

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Tuesday
Oct222013

Can anyone navigate the India defense blacklist?

India’s emergence as the largest importer of weapons in the world has coincided with well-intentioned efforts to clean up a procurement process with a history of bribery problems.

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