Global Trade Review | 21-Feb-2024
The investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) system could be putting climate action at risk in emerging and developing economies as investors in fossil fuel projects angle for compensation, experts say.
AFTINET | 1-Feb-2024
To maintain the system, he proposes that business should shift away from ISDS in state-to state trade and investment agreements, and instead move to ISDS in contracts between individual investors and states.
EJIL: Talk! | 30-Nov-2023
Our frequent inability to answer even basic questions about the full universe is a salutary reminder that we know less than is ideal about investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS).
Mondaq | 25-Oct-2023
This article aims to explore the issue of double hatting in the field of arbitration in the context of recent developments in the field of international arbitration and the critique against it.
Mondaq | 2-May-2023
United Nations Commission on International Trade Law ("UNCITRAL" or "Commission") Working Group III finalized provisions on the use of mediation in ISDS.
United Nations | 6-Apr-2023
The working group completed its work on a draft code of conduct for arbitrators in international investment dispute resolution.
Times of India | 20-Mar-2023
India has issued termination notices to 68 countries for Bilateral Investment Treaties with a request to renegotiate on the basis of the model agreement formulated in 2015.
Lexology | 17-Feb-2023
This article provides a concise summary of the enforcement framework for investment treaty awards under the two most important conventions governing this subject.
European Journal of International Law | 12-Jan-2023
Individuals who have not spent their careers within the field of investment arbitration (and are perceived as ‘outsiders’ by those within that field) have developed more disruptive reform proposals while arbitral insiders have typically proposed sustaining reforms.
EJIL: Talk! | 6-Oct-2022
It seems that finding ways to cope with a potentially overwhelming reforms-to-develop list and finding compromises will become increasingly important.