The New York court rejected the ex-Senator Leonid Lebedev’s lawsuit against billionaires Viktor Vekselberg and Leonard Blavatnik.
American businessman Robert Dudley, who headed TNK-BP, left Russia in the summer of 2008 because of an attempted poisoning.
Why the request of the police captain Matveyev from Tver was sent to the Ministry of Justice of Ireland, and will be considered a court in New York.
The trader is rapidly becoming the largest independent seller of Russian oil.
The next hearing on the case on $2 billion will be held in early 2016.
The peak of loan payments for the company will be in 2015.
Former shareholders of TNK-BP Leonard Blavatnik and Viktor Vekselberg believe that they settled accounts with the senator from Chuvashia Leonid Lebedev in 2003, when they agreed to transfer $600 million to him.
New EU sanctions against Russia may hit the access of Russian companies and banks to the European capital market. Which companies will be hit the hardest?
In his lawsuit, the MP argues that under the old arrangements he was entitled to get 7.5% from $28 billion received from AAR Consortium for the sale of shares in TNK-BP.
The objectives of the rapidly growing company remain a mystery.
The state giant Rosneft, having completing the purchase of TNK-BP, has strengthened its position as an industry leader and its president, Igor Sechin, his position as the "oil general". The oil workers and experts are trying to figure out what might be the next Rosneft's purchase.
Former top managers of TNK-BP, having failed to get any compensation from Rosneft, demand their payment at court.