ISDS reformado
UNCTAD | 7-sep-2022
Reforms are essential to ensure investment treaties and associated investor-state disputes don’t hinder countries’ efforts to tackle climate change.
Columbia | 6-sep-2022
Existing international investment agreements providing for investor–state dispute settlement fail to advance climate goals and can effectively hinder states’ climate action.
Lexology | 1ro-sep-2022
In recent years, in certain investment arbitration proceedings, States have brought counterclaims alleging that foreign investors had failed to comply with corporate social responsibility principles. In all but two cases, these counterclaims have been unsuccessful.
JDSupra | 22-jul-2022
The model BIT aims to balance two objectives: the attraction of foreign direct investment to African states and the promotion of sustainable development.
OpinioJuris | 21-jul-2022
Unsatisfyingly, ISDS permits international investment law to exist in a vacuum that enables those tasked with adjudicating disputes to turn a blind eye to international humanitarian law norms.
Lexology | 16-jun-2022
As investor-state arbitration continues its growth as one of the most dynamic and controversial features of international investment law, developing countries must learn lessons from the decisions of arbitral tribunals on old-generation treaties.
Kluwer Arbitration Blog | 25-abr-2022
The 2019 Moroccan Model BIT is a good example of the growing body of ‘new generation’ Model BITs fuelling the ISDS reform conversation.
IISD | 1ro-abr-2022
L’initiative vise à « examiner la manière dont les traités d’investissement futurs pourraient contribuer à répondre à ces défis et comment gérer les accords existants de manière pragmatique ».

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