On 12 October 2017 Judge Christopher Greenwood, QC, will deliver the 3rd Annual EFILA Lecture 2017 entitled: “Most Favoured Nations Clauses in BITs – What is their Real Purpose (and their Real Effect) ?” LOCATION: Press Club Europe Rue Froissart 95 1000 Brussels PROGRAMME: 16.30 – 17.00 Registration Coffee, Tea 17.00 -17.15 Welcome address by… Read More Save the Date: EFILA Lecture by Judge Christopher Greenwood (12 October)
Winnie Jo-Mei Ma, Deputy Secretary-General, CAA* To align with international trends and benchmarks while conforming to users’ demands and interests, CAA (Chinese Arbitration Association, Taipei) has been devising a new set of arbitration rules for CAAI (Chinese Arbitration Association, International), a new and separate entity to be established, with its first representative office expected to open… Read More CAAI Arbitration Rules 2017: The new arbitration rules for the new Chinese Arbitration Association, International
The fifth anniversary edition of the Dutch Arbitration Day will bring together international arbitration practitioners as well as academics and in-house counsel. This year we will focus on the latest developments in the areas of advocacy and evidence. Leaders in the field of international arbitration will share their views on and provide practical insights. They… Read More DAA Dutch Arbitration Day 2017
DAVA | Strategic Analysis is not just another geopolitical think-tank. Our platform is designed to offer insight in nowadays’ most turbulent international affairs from multiple angles: strategic, geoeconomic, political, cultural and religious. It is an integrated vision upon the crises that rage across Eurasia. And upon tensions that are accumulating in this part of… Read More Press Release: Launch of DAVA | Strategic Analysis – We Are Looking East
by Prof. Nikos Lavranos, Secretary-General of EFILA On the instigation of the EU, the UNCITRAL Commission adopted a broad mandate for a Working Group to: identify and consider concerns regarding ISDS; consider whether reforms are desirable in light of the identified concerns; if the Working Group were to conclude that reform is desirable, to… Read More The first steps towards a Multilateral Investment Court (MIC)
Amr Arafa Hasaan, LL.M.* Egypt has suffered massively in economic terms since the onset of the Arab Spring in 2011. Since then, there have been continuous endeavors to mitigate the loss, for instance, by holding the economic forum at Sharm El-sheikh in 2015, and concluding amendments to the investment law pending the same… Read More Arbitration Under the New Egyptian Investment Law: A Sanguine Crusade, or a Mirage Station
As chair of the DAA Investment Committee, Nikos Lavranos is honored to invite you to the 2nd meeting with the following topic: President Trump, Brexit and elections in Europe: will arbitration survive the new era of protectionism? We will have two high-profile panels. The first panel will discuss whether Protectionism in Europe and the United… Read More 29 June: DAA Investment Committee meeting with the topic: Will arbitration survive the new era of protectionism?