19 November 2020
Publication | EU | International Arbitration | Dispute Resolution Journal of the American Arbitration Association (AAA)
Counsel Natasha Peter and Hannah McIrvine, specialised in international arbitration and members of Gide's Dispute Resolution practice group in Paris and London, have co-authored this article published in Dispute Resolution Journal of the American Arbitration Association (AAA), October 2020, volume 75, No. 1, alongside Stephan Wilske and Björn P. Ebert (Gleiss Lutz), Christopher Boog and Luka Groselj (Schellenberg Wittmer).
In a judgment of the Paris Court of Appeal dated June 3, 2020 (Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela v Mr Serafin García Armas and Ms Karina García Gruber, No. 19/03588–35L7-V-B7D-B7KIR), in a case remitted to it following a decision of the Supreme Court, the Court of Appeal set aside an arbitral award on the grounds that the Arbitral Tribunal had failed to consider whether the claimants were foreign nationals at the time they made their investment.
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