In a case revolving around the quirks of Qatari arbitration law, U.S. military contractor DynCorp is trying to stop a federal judge in Washington from enforcing a $1.1 million award handed down by the International Chamber of Commerce’s International Court of Arbitration, arguing that it was invalidated by the emirate’s highest appeals court.

The only catch? The arbitration took place in Lebanon, not in Qatar.

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