Tag: Arbitration Institute of Stockholm Chamber of Commerce

Investment claim against Ukraine follows an antimonopoly fine imposed on Gazprom
By 13 December, 2018 0 Comments Read More →

Investment claim against Ukraine follows an antimonopoly fine imposed on Gazprom

On 25 October 2018, Gazprom filed an EUR 6.4 billion investment treaty claim against Ukraine in accordance with UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules, under the Russia – Ukraine Bilateral Investment Treaty of 1998 (BIT). The claim concerns a fine imposed by a state authority. Although analysing the merits of the claim at this stage is premature, the […]

The Svea Court of Appeal set aside the final award won by Spanish investors in Yukos Oil Company

The Svea Court of Appeal set aside the final award won by Spanish investors in Yukos Oil Company

On 7 June 2018, the Svea Court of Appeal in Sweden set aside the award by the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (“SCC”) in favour of the Spanish investors (“Quasar de Valores SICAV and others v. Russia”). Seven Spanish companies (the “Claimants”) originally filed the SCC claims against Russia in 2007, seeking […]

Kompozit LLC v Republic of Moldova (SCC Emergency Arbitration)

Kompozit LLC v Republic of Moldova (SCC Emergency Arbitration)

In June 2016 Kompozit LLC, a Russian shareholder of JSC Moldova Agroindbank (MAIB)  applied for interim relief from SCC Emergency Arbitrator Mr. José Rosell. The dispute arose out of the actions by the National Bank of Moldova impairing the Claimant’s shareholding in MAIB: finding that Claimant failed to receive its approval of obtaining substantive shareholding, subsequent suspension of its shareholding […]

Evrobalt LLC v. Republic of Moldova (SCC Emergency Arbitration)

Evrobalt LLC v. Republic of Moldova (SCC Emergency Arbitration)

In May 2016 Evrobalt LLC, a Russian shareholder of JSC Moldova Agroindbank (MAIB) applied for interim relief from SCC Emergency Arbitrator Mr. Georgios Petrochilos. The dispute arose out of the actions by the National Bank of Moldova impairing the Claimant’s shareholding in MAIB: finding that Claimant failed to receive its approval of obtaining substantive shareholding, subsequent suspension of its […]

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CIS-Related Disputes in Stockholm On the Rise Because of the Economic Crisis

CIS-Related Disputes in Stockholm On the Rise Because of the Economic Crisis

CIS Arbitration Forum is starting a series of interviews with representatives of major international arbitration institutions working on disputes related to Russia and the CIS region. We hope the readers will appreciate updates from major arbitration institutions and their efforts to improve services rendered to arbitration users from the region. The series starts with an […]

How far Should the Court go in Applying Public Policy? Lessons from Sweden
By 19 February, 2015 0 Comments Read More →

How far Should the Court go in Applying Public Policy? Lessons from Sweden

In January 2015 the Russian Supreme Court upheld the decisions of the lower courts which refused to enforce a SCC arbitration award due to public policy reasons. Prior to that the Swedish Svea Court of Appeal has reviewed the same case in the annulment proceedings and came to the opposite conclusion. The approaches of the Russian and […]