health
Sold down the Yangtze | 24-Mar-2018
The case of Ethyl v. Canada.
Kluwer Arbitration Blog | 13-Mar-2018
CJEU’s decision in Slovakia v Achmea finally bringing justice to the most recent members of the EU.
South China Morning Post | 12-Mar-2018
Political party says the newly signed Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact, which contains similar clauses to the Hong Kong deal, could prompt more costly challenges in The Hague
The Slovak Spectator | 7-Mar-2018
Slovakia will no longer have to compensate Achmea B.V., the shareholder of Union ZP health insurer, for €22 million in damage.
Harvard International Law Journal | 26-Oct-2017
On July 2016, a Partial Award dismissed the Renco Group Inc. v. The Republic of Peru case, indicating, however, that a new arbitration claim could be pursued against the State.
People over Profit | 7-Sep-2017
Philippine civil society groups and social movements stand together to oppose RCEP
BBC | 10-Jul-2017
Tobacco giant Philip Morris has been ordered to pay the Australian government millions of dollars after unsuccessfully suing the nation over its world-first plain-packaging laws.
IP Watch | 28-Apr-2017
Although Canada won in a unanimous decision, the ruling does not, however, guarantee domestic discretion going forward, contrary to the suggestion of some.
Global Justice Now | 24-Apr-2017
A new briefing has outlined the likely elements of a UK-US trade deal and argues that it would contain more extreme forms of all the controversial elements of the deal that was being negotiated between the EU and the USA.
Tech Dirt | 21-Apr-2017
ISDS is an attempt to remove the risk of investment from companies, and place it squarely on the public’s shoulders, without any quid pro quo.

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