by Cara Dowling, Norton Rose Fulbright (London)* On Wednesday 29th March 2017, the UK government triggered Article 50 formally beginning the process of withdrawing the UK from the European Union. On that historic day, the London office of Norton Rose Fulbright and EFILA co-hosted a panel discussion with distinguished experts from industry, trade policy and… Read More Norton Rose Fulbright and EFILA: Investor-State Disputes, What Will Change Post-Brexit?
Nasim Gheidi & Parham Zahedi, Gheidi & Associates (See Part 1 of this post here) Part two – Article 139 of Iranian Constitutional Law, a fundamental challenge in arbitrability In case the national law of the place of arbitration or the law of the state where award enforcement is being sought imposes a restriction on referring… Read More Arbitration in Iran: With Focus on International Commercial Arbitration (Part II)
The European Investment Law and Arbitration Review is seeking to appoint an Assistant Editor The main task of the Assistant Editor is to take control of proof-reading, language editing and consistency editing of the accepted submissions and working with the Editorial Board and the publisher for each issue. The main workload is concentrated in the… Read More Call for Applications – Assistant Editor (EILA Review)
by Dr. Dominic Beckers-Schwarz, Lawyer, Paris On 7 March 2017, one day after the OECD Global Forum on International Investment, over one hundred stakeholders from businesses, trade unions, academics and OECD member states gathered for the one-day “3rd OECD Annual Conference on Investment Treaties”. The conference addressed issues concerning “evaluating and enhancing outcomes of… Read More What’s the value of investment treaties?
by Nikos Lavranos, Secretary-General of EFILA The backlash against globalization At the OECD, Global Forum on International Investment (6 March) more than hundred stakeholders from businesses, trade unions, academics and OECD member states gathered together for a one-day meeting considering ways towards a “better” globalization, which is more “inclusive”, i.e., which benefits all. The OECD… Read More In search of a “better” globalization
Shiva Ghahremani (Konrad & Partners) Ivan Prandzhev (Konrad & Partners) Against all odds, the idea of creating an investment court to replace arbitration tribunals hearing disputes between investors and states has so far made a remarkable career. It has been only 3 years since the idea of an international investment court surfaced in EU Trade… Read More Multilateral Investment Court: A Realistic Approach to Achieve Coherence and Consistency in International Investment Law?
Norton Rose Fulbright and EFILA invite you to attend a panel discussion on trade, foreign investment and investor-state dispute settlement post-Brexit. Panel discussion and drinks reception We are pleased to host an distinguished panel of experts from industry, trade policy and investment treaty arbitration. Topics our panel will cover include: The UK’s post-Brexit relationship with… Read More Norton Rose Fulbright and EFILA: Investor-state disputes, what will change post Brexit?