ECT
Washington Post | 28-Apr-2016
A Dutch court found that Russia doesn’t have to pay $50 billion to Yukos shareholders. Here’s the big catch: international investment law is so complicated that Russia might have to pay anyway.
New York Times | 21-Apr-2016
In a major victory for the Russian government, a Dutch court overturned an award of more than $50 billion to former shareholders of the defunct oil company Yukos.
Sputnik | 21-Apr-2016
Un tribunal de la Haye a reconnu que la Cour d’arbitrage de La Haye, qui a condamné la Russie à verser 50 milliards de dollars aux anciens actionnaires de la compagnie Ioukos, n’avait pas les compétences nécessaires à ces fins.
Le Temps | 18-Apr-2016
Glencore vient de porter plainte contre la Colombie en vertu d’un accord bilatéral. Alpiq avait fait de même contre la Roumanie en 2014.
Moscow Times | 14-Apr-2016
Russian space agency Roscosmos has won a court action in France concerning $700 million in payments owed to the company, which were seized by French authorities.
Reuters | 26-Jan-2016
An international arbitrator threw out claims from two investors protesting against Spain’s 2010 cuts to renewable energy subsidies, setting a potential precedent for other lawsuits pending.
Open Democracy UK | 4-Dec-2015
Britain’s role, not just with TTIP, seems to be that of facilitating and encouraging excessive corporate power over governments all around the world.
Lexology | 4-Nov-2015
The number of claims filed by renewable energy investors under the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) has risen significantly.
S2B | 7-Oct-2015
Why the Commission’s proposal for an “Investment Court System” still fails to address the key problems of foreign investors’ privileges
Green Agenda | 11-Sep-2015
There has been an explosive increase of cases of investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS). Modern investor-state disputes often revolve around public policy measures and implicate sensitive issues such as health and environmental protection

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