European Investment Law and Arbitration Review 2024 The Editorial Committee of the European Investment Law and Arbitration Review invites original, unpublished scholarly submissions on recent developments in international investment law, with a focus on the theme “European investment law and arbitration: interaction with other branches of law” As of 2024, the Review will be published by Wolters Kluwer twice… Read More Upcoming EFILA Opportunities: CfP European Investment Law and Arbitration Review 2024 & Young Practitioners and Scholars Essay Competition 2024
by Tetyana Makukha Between 9-13 October 2023, the 46th Session of UNCITRAL Working Group III took place in Vienna, Austria. The EFILA attended the session in its capacity as an observer organisation. Three first days of the Session were fully devoted to discussing draft provisions on the establishment of an advisory centre on international investment… Read More Advisory Centre on International Investment Law and Need for Consensus
The Editorial Board of the EFILA Blog is excited to share the first EFILA Blog Quarterly Review! Our editors have gathered and reviewed developments, events and publications from the last quarter of 2022 to highlight some of the most relevant news in the field of international investment law, arbitration and the intersection of ISDS with… Read More Quarterly Review: October – December 2022
by Dr. David Pusztai (Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP The European Federation for Investment Law and Arbitration (EFILA) held its 5th Annual Conference on 30 January 2020 in London, with a focus on “Investment Arbitration in the EU: Alternatives to Intra-EU BITs”. As the Secretary-General of the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes, Meg… Read More Report on the 5th EFILA Annual Conference held on 30th January 2020 in London
EFILA has recently submitted its suggestions to the UNCITRAL Working Group no. 3 on ISDS Reform. The entire document can be found here. An extract can be read below. The European Federation for Investment Law and Arbitration (EFILA) believes that no discussion about the reform of the investor-State dispute settlement (ISDS) system should occur without… Read More Ensuring Equitable Access to All Stakeholders: Critical Suggestions for the MIC (EFILA Submission to the UNCITRAL WG no. 3 on ISDS Reforms)
EFILA is proud to announce the IV Annual Conference of the Belgian Chapter of the CEA regarding “Arbitration and ADR in BIG construction projects of strategic infrastructure”. Brussels, Friday 15th February 2019 – 13:30 to 19:00Jones Day’s offices – Rue de la Régence 4, 1000 Bruxelles 13:30 Registration of participants 14:00 Welcome remarks Vanessa Foncke,… Read More Save the Date: 15 February 2019 – IV Annual Conference of the Belgian Chapter of the CEA – Arbitration and ADR in BIG construction projects of strategic infrastructure
Description 4th Annual EFILA Conference The EU and the future of international investment law and arbitration With the entering into force of the Lisbon Treaty 10 years ago the EU has become a dynamic policy actor in international investment law and arbitration. In particular, within the context of the increasing public concerns against TTIP, BITs… Read More EFILA 2019 Annual Conference: The EU and the future of international investment law and arbitration
by Adam Marios Paschalidis (NautaDutilh) Recalibrating the European Union – International Arbitration Interface Introduction The 2018 Annual EFILA Lecture by Prof. George A. Bermann (Columbia University School of Law), continues the successful Annual EFILA Lectures series, which were previously delivered by Sophie Nappert (2015), Johnny Veeder (2016) and Sir Christopher Greenwood (2017). Before giving the… Read More Report on the 4th Annual EFILA Lecture delivered by Prof. George A. Bermann (Columbia University New York, School of Law), Brussels 25 October 2018
Given the present debate – on both sides of the Atlantic (and beyond) – surrounding the future of ISDS and bilateral investment treaties, the EFILA Blog editorial board believes that a veritable dialogue must take place, allowing all arguments to be heard and all diverging positions to be defended. Discussing the status of an international regime… Read More Call for Contributions – EFILA Blog
The EFILA Investment Treaty Arbitration Academy is designed to provide in-depth knowledge on all relevant aspects of investment treaty arbitration. The Academy is specifically designed for Government officials and practitioners who already have some knowledge of and experience with investment treaty arbitration law. Highly-qualified post-graduate students and Ph.D. candidates with prior specialization in international investment… Read More EFILA Investment Treaty Arbitration Academy 2017: 17-22 July (Rotterdam)
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?
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?