International Arbitration Newsletter - November 2021
Mexico faces potential arbitration as a result of strategic decisions taken by the Mexican Government’s Energy Secretariat (SENER) regarding the Zama field.
- Chile. AES wins case against consortium formed by Hochtief and CMC Di Ravenna
- Chile. Insurers to file investment treaty claims against Chile
- Peru. Enagas open to reaching an amicable solution in arbitration
- Netherlands. Dutch Supreme Court overturns Yukos judgment
- Spain. The Prestige saga continues
- Sweden. Vattenfall settles claim against Germany
- Egypt. German construction company to bring claims against Egypt
- Libya. Libya to pay damages for disruption caused by the 2011 revolution
- Sudan. Petronas to bring arbitral claims against Sudan
- Yemen. Several oil companies forced to pay award despite terrorism claims
- Zimbabwe. ICC allows Zimbabwe to pay award in local currency
- China. Hong Kong share freeze remains under COVID-19 plea
- Philippines. Singapore Court Refuses to Set Aside Manila Award
- Mónica Van der Schraft (Santiago, Chile) spoke on the Appraisal and quantification of damages in construction projects at the II International Congress on Construction Law, organized by the Peruvian Arbitration Institute (IPA),on 25 and 26 October 2021.
- Additionally, Mónica also gave a lecture on the Theory of the case and witness cross examination in the third panel of the Arbitration Day organized by Costa Rica young arbitrator association, that took place on 14 October 2021.