reformed ISDS
Lexology | 13-Jul-2017
A number of the provisions of the new legislation are inconsistent with the protections afforded to qualifying investors under agreements such as bilateral investment treaties.
Kluwer Arbitration Blog | 12-Jul-2017
The ACFI model focuses on dispute prevention and bilateral governance, limiting arbitration to the State-to-State level.
European Commission | 12-Jul-2017
The United Nations has agreed to initiate work on possible multilateral reform of investment dispute settlement including the possible establishment of a multilateral investment court.
Business Standard | 12-Jul-2017
The JIN includes the definition of investor and investment, exclusion of taxation measures, Fair and Equitable Treatment (FET), National Treatment (NT) and Most Favoured Nation (MFN) treatment, expropriation, essential security interests and settlement of disputes between an investor and a contracting party,
Politico | 10-Jul-2017
Some of the world’s largest economies will push for a radical overhaul of the framework through which massive international corporations can sue governments.
Madhyam | 3-Jul-2017
Governments at the Centre and in the States must urgently invest in building their own capacity to handle the new generation of international investment arbitration.
The Hindu | 29-Jun-2017
Talks deadlocked on investor dispute settlement.
IISD | 28-Jun-2017
Le Brésil n’a jamais approuvé un traité bilatéral d’investissement, ni signé la Convention du CIRDI. Malgré cela le pays a continué de recevoir d’importants flux d’investissement étranger direct.
IISD | 28-Jun-2017
Brazil has never approved any BITs nor did it sign the ICSID Convention but it continued to receive significant amounts of foreign direct investment (FDI), consolidating its position as one of the world’s top recipients of FDI
EJIL: Talk! | 15-Jun-2017
The investor-state arbitration landscape is shifting under our feet. The utility and legitimacy of traditional investor-state arbitration have come under fire, but states have not converged on a viable alternative.

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