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Contracts Arbitration

  • SAO PAULO, Oct 5- Previ Caixa de Previdência, Brazil's largest pension fund, will decide in coming days whether joining minority shareholders of state-controlled Petróleo Brasileiro SA in an arbitration case that seeks compensation for losses related to a corruption scandal, Chief Executive Officer Gueitiro Genso said. In an interview on Thursday, Genso...

  • SLOAN DEFENDS FORCED ARBITRATION OF CUSTOMER COMPLAINTS, SAYS BANK CAN RESOLVE DISPUTES.

  • *Thousands of protesters march through Barcelona. BARCELONA, Oct 3- Metro stations were closed in Barcelona, pickets blocked roads and state workers walked out on Tuesday in protests across Catalonia over a Spanish police crackdown on a banned independence referendum. Puigdemont has also called for international mediation in the region's dispute with...

  • WASHINGTON, Oct 2- Liberal U.S. Supreme Court justices on Monday defended the right of workers to bring class-action lawsuits against companies but their conservative counterparts who are in the majority sounded skeptical in the biggest business case of the court's new term. The case focused on whether employers can require workers to sign arbitration...

  • WASHINGTON, Oct 2- The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused to consider a bid by Samsung Electronics Co Ltd to force customers who have filed proposed class-action lawsuits against the company to arbitrate their claims instead of bringing them to court. Neither Daniel Norcia, who owned an Galaxy S4 device, nor Hoai Dang, who owned an SIII, saw the arbitration...

  • BOGOTA, Sept 29- Colombia's government has convened an arbitration court to seek a solution that will end a strike by most of Avianca Holdings SA's local airline pilots that has grounded thousands of travelers, the labor ministry said. The decision late on Thursday forces the Colombian Association of Civil Aviators, or ACDAC, and Colombian flagship airline...

  • *Injunction sought at International Court of Arbitration. TOKYO, Sept 26- Western Digital Corp said on Tuesday it will seek an injunction to block the sale of Toshiba Corp's prized semiconductor business to a rival group, upping the ante in an acrimonious battle with its chip venture partner. Western Digital's injunction is being sought with the International...

  • AMSTERDAM/ PARIS, Sept 26- Family shareholders of commodity trader Louis Dreyfus have agreed to arbitration talks to settle a long-running dispute over a share sale, sources familiar with the matter have told Reuters. The minority shareholders asked in September 2015 to sell 16.6 percent of Louis Dreyfus Holding B.V., under a long-term agreement giving them an...

  • *Eldorado cites "constructive" talks with Greece. *Athens seeks solution via arbitration. ATHENS, Sept 21- Eldorado Gold on Thursday postponed a decision to freeze its investment in Greece, saying that talks with the country's leftist-led government, which granted it key permits last week, were "constructive".

  • The new arbitration requests, filed in the International Court of Arbitration that oversees the companies' agreement, seeks to stop Toshiba from investing in the so-called Fab 6 facility in Yokkaichi, Japan, unless Western Digital's subsidiary Sandisk is also allowed to invest. The court, a branch of the International Chamber of Commerce, is an institution for...

  • The new arbitration requests, filed in the International Court of Arbitration that oversees the companies' agreement, seeks to stop Toshiba from investing in the so-called Fab 6 facility in Yokkaichi, Japan, unless Western Digital's subsidiary Sandisk was also allowed to invest. The court, a branch of the International Chamber of Commerce, is an institution...

  • A new federal rule banning mandatory arbitration remains in limbo as the Senate considers a resolution to kill it.

  • HELSINKI, Sept 18- Nokia will start to book additional revenue from the current quarter after a ruling by an arbitration court on payments from South Korea's LG Electronics for using its smartphone patents. We continue to see potential for additional licensing opportunities, "said Nokia Chief Legal Officer Maria Varsellona in a statement.

  • TORONTO, Sept 14- Canada's Eldorado Gold Corp said on Thursday that it received formal notice of arbitration from Greece, a further advance in its long-running permit tussle, but not enough for the miner to reconsider a looming investment freeze. Eldorado warned on Monday that it would halt new investment starting Sept. 22, blaming years-long permit delays and a...

  • TORONTO, Sept 14- Canada's Eldorado Gold Corp said on Thursday it received formal notice of arbitration from Greece, another advance in a long-running permit tussle, but the miner repeated more progress is needed for it to reconsider investment plans. It cited permit delays and a lack of clarity on an arbitration process that Greece announced in June to settle...

  • Sept 5- California is one step away from allowing state residents to sue financial institutions for fraud, rather than letting banks force customers to settle disputes in arbitration, after the state legislature gave final approval on Tuesday to a bill inspired by last year's Wells Fargo scandal. Mandatory arbitration clauses, which have become standard...

  • Sept 5- California is one step away from allowing state residents to sue financial institutions for fraud, rather than letting banks force customers to settle disputes in arbitration, after the state legislature gave final approval on Tuesday to a bill inspired by last year's Wells Fargo scandal. Mandatory arbitration clauses, which have become standard...

  • Sept 5- California is one step away from allowing state residents to sue financial institutions for fraud, rather than letting banks force customers to settle disputes in arbitration, after the state legislature gave final approval on Tuesday to a bill inspired by last year's Wells Fargo scandal. Mandatory arbitration clauses, which have become standard...

  • Sept 5- California is one step away from allowing state residents to sue financial institutions for fraud, rather than letting banks force customers to settle disputes in arbitration, after the state legislature gave final approval on Tuesday to a bill inspired by last year's Wells Fargo scandal. Mandatory arbitration clauses, which have become standard...

  • Sept 5- California is one step away from allowing state residents to sue financial institutions for fraud, rather than letting banks force customers to settle disputes in arbitration, after the state legislature gave final approval on Tuesday to a bill inspired by last year's Wells Fargo scandal. Mandatory arbitration clauses, which have become standard...