US quartet advise as energy giant secures billion-dollar award in Ecuador dispute
A line-up of US firms have taken roles on a landmark international dispute which has seen Ecuador ordered to pay $1.77bn (£1.1bn) plus interest in damages to oil and gas giant Occidental Petroleum. The award - thought to be the largest ever granted under an investment treaty between nations - was made on Friday (5 October) by a tribunal of the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID).
A line-up of US firms have taken roles on a landmark international dispute which has seen Ecuador ordered to pay $1.77bn (£1.1bn) plus interest in damages to oil and gas giant Occidental Petroleum.
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