The New 2019 Hague Judgments Convention

ACQ5 Global Awards 2018

ACQ5 Global Awards 2018

ACQ5 Global Awards 2018

ACQ5 Global Awards 2018

Global Venture – Annual Awards – 2018

Global Venture Annual Awards 2019

ACQ Law Awards 2019

Global Law Experts Annual Awards 2019

Global Law Experts Annual Awards 2019

ACQ Law Awards 2019

ACQ Law Awards 2019

ACQ Law Awards 2019

Worldwide Financial Advisor Awards Magazine – Excellence Awards 2019

British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL)

Finance Monthly Magazine Legal Awards 2019

Austrian Yearbook on International Arbitration

World Law Forum Conference on Arbitration of Business & Human Rights Disputes

Worldwide Financial Advisor Awards Magazine – Continental Awards 2019

Lawyers Worldwide Awards 2019

M&A Today Global Awards 2019

Corporate LiveWire Global Awards 2019

SME News Legal Awards 2019

Corporate America Today – Annual Awards – 2019

Volterra Fietta promotes Álvaro Nistal to counsel

International organisations may consider taking practical steps to limit their exposure to U.S. lawsuits after the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Jam v. International Finance Corporation

Worldwide Financial Advisor Awards Magazine Superior Lawyers 2019

UK Supreme Court allows Zambian villagers to continue UK suit against London-based mining company Vedanta

Volterra Fietta Partner Graham Coop cited in InterFax article

Worldwide Financial Advisor Awards Magazine – Golden Globe Awards 2019

Volterra Fietta hosts Spring Reception at The Carlton Club

Volterra Fietta and King’s College London (Department of Geography) co-hosted The 2019 London International Boundary Conference

The General Court of the European Union annuls the European Commission’s Decision on State Aid in the Micula case (Micula v. Romania)

Supreme Court rules that Zambians can seek damages from UK company for alleged human rights abuses by Zambian subsidiary

Summer School at King’s College

The Lawyers Worldwide Awards Innovative Lawyers 2019

Corporate Intl Global Awards 2020

Best Lawyers 2020 Edition

Third Circuit Court of Appeals Permits Venezuela’s Creditors to Seize PDVSA’s Interests CITGO

Investor-State Arbitration – Protecting Investments Before It Is Too Late

Argentina’s Presidential Election: A Possible Threat To Foreign Investors

South China Sea Competing Maritime Claims: Risks and Rights for Oil and Gas Companies

International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea Prescribes Provisional Measures Requiring Russia to Release Three Ukrainian Naval Vessels

The Legal Business International Arbitration Summit 2019

Breakfast Seminar: Financing and Debt Instruments: Often Overlooked Issues of Public International Law”

Latin American Arbitration Practitioners EU Launch Event

International arbitration heavyweight Peter Flint joins Volterra Fietta

Lawyer International – Legal 100 – 2020

US sanctions on Nord Stream 2 and TurkStream pipeline projects

The Dutch Supreme Court orders the Netherlands to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 2020

Class action filed in US court against tech companies for benefitting from human rights violations in cobalt mining

Principles for Responsible Banking

Turkey-Cyprus Oil and Gas Dispute

Client Alert:  Ruling of the Dutch Court of Appeal Confirms Functional Immunity of NATO entities

Client Alert: Dutch Court of Appeal reinstates USD 50 billion Yukos awards

Petroleum Review

Virtual Seminar: The Energy Charter Treaty: is it still fit for purpose and how could it be improved?

Rio Tinto Ousts CEO for Destroying Archaeological Site

Canada and Netherlands Declare Intention to Intervene in Gambia v. Myanmar Genocide Case

Gambia seeks US document discovery to support claims of genocide by Myanmar

Nigeria Permitted to Resist Enforcement of Arbitration Award that was Potentially Based on Corruption and Fraud

US Withdraws from the World Health Organisation

Manchester City Successfully Appeals Two-Year European Football Ban

Corporate Intl Magazine Global Award 2021

Virtual Seminar: Addressing Payments Defaults and Flow of Funds Difficulties during the COVID-19 Crisis

Client Alert: Does the sun still shine on solar power in France? The proposed amendment to France’s solar feed-in tariffs and the rights of solar investors

Virtual Seminar: Foreign Investments in Times of Turmoil and Public International Law

Client Alert: Does Achmea apply to the Energy Charter Treaty? Belgium asks the CJEU

Virtual Seminar: Fight or flight – litigation or settlement? How should things be done differently in the post-COVID virtual world?

Global Law Experts Annual Awards 2021

Virtual Seminar – Resource Nationalism: How International Investment Agreements (IIAs) can assist mining companies in hedging against regulatory risks and state interference

Client Alert: Myanmar (through the anti-coup parliamentary committee) instructs Volterra Fietta to advise on and pursue international legal proceedings against the unconstitutional and illegitimate military regime

Client Alert: Egypt backs Sudan’s new proposal on Nile River Dam

Client Alert: Max Planck Encyclopedia of International Procedural Law publishes chapter by Partner Graham Coop and Associate Zuzana Morháčová on Energy Charter Treaty Dispute Settlement System

Young MUTE-OFF Thursdays

Client Alert: World leaders call for an international treaty to respond to future pandemics


Client Alert: Myanmar, acting through the CRPH, instructs Volterra Fietta to discuss military atrocities post 1 February 2021 with the head of the UN’s Independent Investigative Mechanism for Myanmar

Virtual Seminar – Technology, minerals and human rights: can cobalt and lithium miners and users achieve compliance?

Webinar: Social Licences and the Termination of Mining Rights

Webinar – Congestion in Space: Addressing the Limited Availability of Orbital Slots and Space Spectrum

Client Alert: Volterra Fietta promotes Gunjan Sharma to Counsel

Webinar – The African Continental Free Trade Agreement: How does the AfCFTA align with existing African multi-lateral trade agreements?

In a closely watched decision, the CJEU rules that cutting-edge hybrid satellite and terrestrial systems can be authorised under EU regulations pursuant to an overarching requirement not to hold back technological progress

Peter Flint becomes a Volterra Fietta Partner