Law360: A Swedish appeals court has suspended enforcement of an arbitral award of more than $177m issued to a Luxembourg investment firm following the alleged forced sale of its shareholding in a Polish bank, as Poland looks to have the award dismissed under a monumental decision issued by Europe's highest court.
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