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  • June 13, 2024

    GOP Lawmakers Want China Patent Data Amid Tech Pact Talks

    Republican lawmakers are urging the U.S. Commerce Department to provide a full accounting of whether the U.S. government has funded research that resulted in Chinese patents, arguing they need the data to assess potential national security risks as the Biden administration negotiates a new science and technology agreement with China.

  • June 13, 2024

    Trans Swimmer's Quest To Overturn Ban Denied By Panel

    American swimmer Lia Thomas, a transgender woman attempting to compete in the Summer Olympic Games in Paris next month, has lost in her bid to the international Court of Arbitration of Sport to overturn the ban on her eligibility by the world swimming governing body.

  • June 12, 2024

    Uniper Claims €13B Win In Gazprom Gas Supply Fight

    German energy company Uniper said Wednesday that it has been awarded more than €13 billion ($14 billion) by a Swedish arbitration tribunal after the Russian government-controlled natural gas giant Gazprom cut off gas deliveries in mid-2022.

  • June 12, 2024

    Russia Says $208M Ukrainian Utility Award Can't Be Enforced

    Russia has asked a D.C. federal court not to enforce a nearly $208 million arbitral award issued to a Ukrainian electric utility after the Kremlin seized its Crimean assets, saying the arbitration in the underlying dispute was invalid.

  • June 12, 2024

    11th Circ. Could Revive Venezuela Chemical Co. Seizure Suit

    An Eleventh Circuit panel appeared open to reviving a lawsuit accusing Venezuela of unlawfully seizing a chemical company amid allegedly trumped-up criminal drug charges, as the judges spent much of a hearing on Wednesday questioning why a critical witness was barred from testifying.

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