Posts Tagged ‘Hague district court’

  1. Comments on the Yukos ruling by Hague district court


    April 21, 2016 by AK

    Not much commentary on the latest Yukos judgment. Keith Johnson writes: “The district court ruling is a small setback, not a defeat, for Yukos shareholders” in Foreign Policy. I’d like to think so but I’m not sure. Opinio Juris, a blog on international law by a group of scholars mostly from US law schools, has …
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  2. A huge victory for the Kremlin, apparently


    April 20, 2016 by AK

    The Hague district court has annulled the 2014 ruling of the Hague-based Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA), which awarded $50 billion to former Yukos shareholders (Mikhail Khodorkovsky not being one of them) as compensation for the expropriation by Russian authorities. The reason for the annulment appears to be the lack of jurisdiction: the arbitration court was not supposed …
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