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Oil and Gas Arbitration in Africa by Robert Maxwell Marsh
03 Apr 2020

Introduction

The oil and gas industry is a critical element in Africa’s economic development. The continent already has a number of the world’s top oil-producing countries including Nigeria and Angola. Although political instability…
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Leigh Crestohl and Petar Petkov discuss the proposed amendments to the ICSID Arbitration Rules in Law360
11 Mar 2020

This article was originally published in Law360 and can be accessed here. 

Leigh Crestohl, Partner

Petar…
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Petar Petkov and Leigh Crestohl discuss the World Bank’s ICSID proposes amendments regarding third-party funding in Lawyer Monthly
28 Feb 2020

This article was originally published in Lawyer Monthly and can be accessed here

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Sarosh Zaiwalla profiled in The Law Society Gazette
24 Feb 2020

City solicitor Sarosh Zaiwalla’s contacts book must read like a Who’s Who of many of the major diplomatic and political players of the last 40 years. He advised the Dalai Lama and is a confidant of former UN secretary-general Ban Ki-moon. While still a student, he met Indian prime minister…
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Sarosh Zaiwalla featured in The Times of India
24 Feb 2020

Founder and Senior Partner Sarosh Zaiwalla is featured in a Q&A in The Times of India, which can be accessed here


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Russia ordered to pay $50 billion to the former owners of Yukos - Zaiwalla & Co featured in The Letter of the Law
19 Feb 2020

It was announced this week that Russian Federation has been ordered to pay $50 billion to the former owners of Yukos, what was once the country's largest oil company, after a Dutch appeals court overturned a previous ruling. The decision by The Hague Court of Appeal reinstates…
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Kartik Mittal considers the current state of affairs relating to Iran, the US, the EU and seemingly forever-increasing sanctions in WorldECR
13 Feb 2020

This article was originally published in WorldECR's Issue 86 and can be accessed here, behind a paywalla.

Kartik Mittal

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Zoya Burbeza discusses the implications of an EU gas directive amendment and requests from Denmark for Nord Stream 2 in World Pipelines
09 Feb 2020

A route beset by challenges

Zoya Burbeza

This article was originally published in World Pipelines' February 2020 Issue and the full article can be accessed here,…
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Zoya Burbeza comments on the dismissal of Zamira Hajiyeva’s appeal over UWO in Law360
07 Feb 2020

British prosecutors received a boost in their fight against corruption after the country’s first use of new powers to target suspected criminal assets survived a concerted legal challenge.

The Court of Appeal held that the National Crime Agency had legally targeted the high-spending wife…
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Sarosh Zaiwalla featured in The Times following the London launch of his memoir, Honour Bound
30 Jan 2020

Yesterday evening, Wednesday, 29 January 2020, Founder and Senior Partner Sarosh Zaiwalla celebrated the launch of his memoir, Honour Bound, at The Law Society's Hall in London

Mr Zaiwalla, is the first person of Indian origin to establish a solicitors’…
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