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Staten Island Synagogue Receives $1 Million Arbitration Award
11/8/2016 12:54:46 PM
Description: A Staten Island congregation claims control over an Eltingville synagogue and a $1 million arbitration ruling is invalid. The claim relates a nine-year dispute covenant between a Jewish congregation and an Orthodox Jewish non-profit corporation. A


Philippine Leader Questions Arbitration Ruling
11/6/2016 10:33:22 AM
Description: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte recently stated he plans to raise a controversial arbitration ruling on the South China Sea with leaders of China. Duterte also vowed he will not surrender to any sovereignty or deviate from the July award given


RIL Contemplating Dropping Arbitration Request
9/10/2016 11:58:11 AM
Description: Reliance Industries’ board is considering dropping the arbitration against the government next year concerning the authority the government has to fix gas prices. Reliance would need to withdraw from arbitration if it intends to charge higher


European Union Requesting Arbitration in Norwegian Air Dispute
8/5/2016 4:20:52 PM
Description: The Transport Minister from the European Union is requesting formal arbitration with the United States in order to ensure Norwegian Air’s United Kingdom-based subsidiary will have the ability to fly to airports in the United


US Postal Workers Contract Arbitration Decision Expected Soon
7/19/2016 11:07:54 AM
Description: The American Postal Workers Union recently announced a contract for more than 200,000 workers could be announced in mid-July after the final arbitration session took place on May 4. The contract hearings began in February.   According to the


Beijing Prepared to Negotiate if Manila Ignores Arbitration Ruling Concerning South China Sea
7/19/2016 11:05:44 AM
Description: China has stated it will negotiate with the Philippines concerning the South China Sea issues if its government is willing to ignore the upcoming arbitration ruling. The dispute escalated when the Philippines brought the case to The Hague’s


Arbitration between Croatia and Slovenia Continues
7/13/2016 4:58:42 PM
Description:     The continuing dispute over the Croatia and Slovenia border continues, as the two countries attempt to settle the issue in arbitration. The Hague arbitration court ruled in favor of Slovenia in regard to whether it violated the


Ruling Due July 12 in South China Sea Dispute
7/12/2016 10:36:03 AM
Description:     The ongoing battle over the South China Seas could soon come to an end through arbitration. The Permanent Court of Arbitration has announced it will deliver a ruling July 12 in the case filed by the Philippines that called into


Hedge Fund Seeking Arbitration Ruling
6/29/2016 12:05:29 PM
Description: A US hedge fund is taking legal action against the government of Peru in an effort to force the country to pay off $1.6 billion in defaulted bonds issued by the former military regime of the country. The case is similar to the one between US hedge


Arbitration and Gas Price Disputes
5/23/2016 4:00:48 PM
Description: Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) is considering whether it should withdraw pending arbitration with the government concerning gas prices. Withdrawal could result in RIL benefiting from higher prices. According to information from the company, its top