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The invitation and agenda for the next meeting of the IOPC Funds’ governing bodies are available here. This meeting was rescheduled to 2 to 4 December 2020 and will be held remotely. Documents pertaining to the meeting continue to be issued with the document code IOPC/NOV20, despite the change in date.
Decision ID: 001598
In October 2004 the 1992 Fund Executive Committee noted that the Federal Court of first instance in New York had dismissed the counterclaim by the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) against the Spanish State on the grounds that the Spanish State was entitled to sovereign immunity, but that ABS was seeking reconsideration by the Court or permission to appeal.
Date: 30.09.2004 Category: Legal actions Subject: Legal actions against third parties